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INDEX 

PAGE 

Advertisements . ) .... 253*288 

Advertisements, Guide to .*. 252 

Benevolent Institutions, Statistics of. 46-47 

Bequests, Form for .......... 30 

Board of National Missions: Special Projects... 49 

Calendar, Civil . 4-15 

Church Directory . 18-23 

Churches, Location of . 85-109 

Colors for Par aments and Vestments . 3 

Commissioned Workers ...... 52-53 

Congregations, Statistics of: by Synods. 151-251 

Consecrated Deaconesses.52-53 

Corporate Titles of Boards and Institutions ... 50-51 

Deaconesses, Consecrated . . 52-53 

Deceased Ministers. 31-36 

Denominational Emphases . 2 and 4-15 

Directory, Church ..-. 18-23 

Educational Institutions, Statistics of.. 48 

Golden Anniversary Honor Roll. 26-27 

“Growing in Grace: M Dr. L. W. Goebel.. 16-17 

Location of Churches....... 85-109 

Membership Growth, Analysis of. 147 

Ministers, Deceased . 31-36 

Ministers, Register of . 54-84 

Ministers, Widows of . 38-45 

Ministry, Students for the. 30 

Missionaries, Names and Stations of. 28-29 

Movable Festivals . 2 

National Missions, Board of: Special Projects.. 49 

Necrology Record . 31-36 

Ordinations . 24-25 

Patrons’ and Purchasers’ Guide to Advertisements.. 252 

Presidents of the Synods... 110-115 

Publishing Houses . 27 

Register of Ministers .. 54-84 

Rosters of the Synods * . 116-145 

Special Days . 2 

Statistical Tables by Synods: Tabulations. 151-251 

Statistical Tables, Introduction to . 150 

Statistics: Analysis of Membership Growth. 147 

Statistics: Benevolent Institutions .. 46-47 

Statistics: Educational Institutions . 48 

Statistics of Congregations by Synods. 151-251 

Statistics, Review of 1950 . 146 

Statistics, Summary of 1950 . 148-149 

Statistics: United Stewardship Council... 37 

Students for the Ministry. 30 

Synods, Presidents of the...... 110-115 

Synods, Rosters of the. 116-145 

United Stewardship Council, Statistics of the. 37 

Widows of Ministers . 88-45 






























































YEAR BOOK 

of the 

EVANGELICAL and REFORMED CHURCH 

FDR THE YEAR 

1952 

Containing Statistics for the Year 1950 

Combining the Year Book and Almanac of the Reformed Church 
in the United States published from 1864 to 1934, the Evan¬ 
gelical Year Book published by the Evangelical Synod of North 
America from 1911 to 1934, the Year Book and Al¬ 
manac published by the Evangelical and Reformed Church 
from 1935 to 1944, and the book of Statistical Tables of 
the congregation issued periodically from 1935 to 1942. 


Published by the Board of Business Management under 
the joint auspices of a Business Committee of the said 
Board and an Editorial Committee appointed by the 
General Council of the Church 


DISTRIBUTORS 

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Editor 

REV. W. SHERMAN KERSCHNER 





Movable Festivals—1952-1961 


Year 

Ash 

Wednesday 

Easter 

Ascension 

Day 

Whitsunday 

Sundays 

after Trinity 

First 

Sunday 

in Advent 

1952 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 

13 

May 

22 

June 

1 

24 

Nov. 30 

1953 

Feb. 18 

Apr. 

5 

May 

14 

May 

24 

25 

Nov. 29 

1954 

Mar. 3 

Apr. 

18 

May 

27 

June 

6 

23 

Nov. 28 

1955 

Feb. 23 

Apr. 

10 

May 

19 

May 

29 

24 

Nov. 27 

1956 

Feb. 14 

Apr. 

1 

May 

10 

May 

20 

26 

Dec. 2 

1957 

Mar. 6 

Apr. 

21 

May 

30 

June 

9 

23 

Dec. 1 

1958 

Feb. 19 

Apr. 

6 

May 

15 

May 

25 

25 

1 Nov. 30 

1959 

Feb. 12 

Mar. 

29 

May 

7 

May 

17 

26 

Nov. 29 

1960 

Mar. 2 

Apr. 

17 

May 

26 

June 

5 

23 

Nov. 27 

1961 

Feb. 15 

Apr. 

2 

May 

11 

May 

21 

26 

Dec. 3 


Denominational Emphases 
And Special Days — 1952 

International Missions: The month of January, with International Missions 
Sunday on January 20. 

Steivardship: January 1 to March 9. 

Evangelism: The season of Lent, February 27 to April 6. 

Ministerial Pensions and Relief: The month of September, with Ministerial 
Relief Sunday on September 21. 

Religions Education Week: September 21 to 28. 

National Missions: The month of October, with National Missions Sunday on 
October 19. 

Kingdom Service Roll Call: November 2 to 23. 


January 6: Epiphany. 

January 6-13: Universal Week of Prayer. 

January 27: Youth Sunday. 

February 29: First Friday in Lent. World Day of Prayer. 

April 6: Palm Sunday. 

April 11: Good Friday. 

April 27: Christian Higher Education Day. 

May lf-11: Christian Family Week. 

May 11: The Festival of the Christian Home. 

May 18: Rural Life Sunday. 

May 22: Ascension Day. Day of Prayer for Missions. 

June 1: Pentecost (Whitsuntide). 

June 8: Children’s Day. 

June 26: Eighteenth Anniversary of the Evangelical and Reformed Church. 
September 7: Labor Sunday. 

October 5: World Communion Sunday. 

October 19: World Order Sunday. 

October 19: Evangelical and Reformed Church Paper Day. 

October 26: Reformation Sunday. Festival of the Reformation. 

November 23: Memorial Sunday (Totenfest). 

November 27: National Thanksgiving Day. 

December 14: Universal Bible Sunday. 


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THE COLOR OF THE PARAMENTS AND VESTMENTS 
FOR THE SEASONS AND FESTIVALS 
OF THE CHURCH YEAR 


1953 

January 

February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 

August 


September 

October 


November 


December 


Color 


G—The Epiphany of Our Lord .White 

13—The First Sunday after the Epiphany .White 

20—The Second Sunday after the Epiphany .Green 

27— The Third Sunday after the Epiphany .Green 

3— The Last Sunday after the Epiphany— 

The Transfiguration of Our Lord .White 

10—Septuagesima Sunday .Violet 

3 7—Sexagesima Sunday .Violet 

24— Quinquagesima Sunday .Violet 

27— The First Day of Lent — Ash Wednesday .Violet 

2— The First Sunday in Lent . Violet 

9—The Second Sunday in Lent .Violet 

10— The Third Sunday in Lent .Violet 

23— The Fourth Sunday in Lent .Violet 

30— The Fifth Sunday in Lent .Violet 

G—The Sixth Sunday in Lent — Palm Sunday .Violet 

11— Good Friday .No parainents or Black 

13—Easter Sunday .White 

20—The First Sunday after Easter .White 

27— The Second Sunday after Easter .White 

4— The Third Sunday after Easter .White 

11— The Fourth Sunday after Easter .White 

IS—The Fifth Sunday after Easter .White 

22—Ascension Day .White 

25— -The Sunday after the Ascension .White 

1—-Whitsunday—The Festival of Pentecost .Red or White 

5— Trinity Sunday—The Festival of the Holy Trinity .White 

15— The First Sunday after Trinity .Green 

22— The Second Sunday after Trinity .Green 

20—The Third Sunday after Trinity .Green 

G—The Fourth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

13— The Fifth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

20— The Sixth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

2.’—The Seventh Sunday after Trinity . Green 

3 — The Eighth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

10—The Ninth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

37—The Tenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

24 — The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity .Green 

31— The Twelfth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

7—The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

14— The Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity ....Green 

21— The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

28— The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

5 — The Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

12— The Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

19—The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

2G—The Twentieth Sunday after Trinity .Green 

2G—The Festival of the Reformation .Red 

1— All Saints’ Day .White 

2— The Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity .Green 

9—The Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity .Green 

16— The Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity .Green 

23— The Last Sunday after Trinity .Green 

23—Memorial Sunday .White or Black 

30—The First Sunday in Advent .Violet 

7—The Second Sunday in Advent .Violet 

14—The Third Sunday in Advent .Violet 

21—The Fourth Sunday in Advent .Violet 

25— Christmas Day .White 

28—The First Sunday after Christmas .White 


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First Month JANUARY, 1952 


31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
January: International Missions 

“But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come 
upon you; and you shall be my witnesses in Jerusalem and 
in all Judea and Samaria and to the end of the earth.” 

T 

1 

Psalm 103 

These final wmrds of our Lord, spoken just before his 

W 

2 

Galatians 1:1-24 

ascension, are still the “marching orders” for His disci¬ 
ples. They have never been countermanded. As Dr. 
John Mackay has said, “It is no longer ‘Let the Church 

T 

■n 

3 

A 

Galatians 2:1-21 
Galatians 3:1-14 

F 

ffr 

be the Church’ but ‘Let the Church be the Mission !’ ” 

S 

5 

Galatians 3:15-29 

The segmentary concern bv the Church for its World 


1} The Epiphany of our Lord 


Isaiah 60:1-6 2 Cor. 4:3-6 

Matthew 2:1-12 Matthew 3:13-17 


s 

6 

Psalm 97 

M 

7 

Galatians 4:1-11 

T 

8 

Galatians 4:12-31 

W 

9 

Galatians 5:1-15 

T 

10 

Galatians 5:16-24 

F 

11 

Galatians 5:25-6:18 

S 

12 

Phil. 1:1-30 


Mission will impress only scattered hundreds among the 
earth’s teeming millions. 

The impact of a united, unwavering evangelical witness 
could challenge an awakened but partitioned India and 
bring her 400 millions to the feet of Christ. A really- 
aroused Church, speaking with one unequivocal voice 
could fill the spiritual vacuum in the new Japan and 
make her the torch-bearer for Christ in all East Asia. 


2} The First Sunday after the Epiphany ^““ 4^52 5 1 jote.njt- 7 ^ 1 


s 

13 

Psalm 72 

M 

14 

Phil. 2:1-11 

T 

15 

Phil. 2:12-30 

W 

16 

Phil. 3:1-16 

T 

17 

Phil. 3:17-4:7 

F 

18 

Phil. 4:8-23 

S 

19 

Zech. 1:1-11 


Had the Church been fully and sacrificially committed 
to her inescapable mission, China would have been “lib¬ 
erated” long since by the forces of faith. Dr. John Ben¬ 
nett recently declared, “The rise of Communism is in 
itself a judgment on the Christian Movement.” 

Today Latin America, aroused and resentful of centur¬ 
ies of political, economic and spiritual repression, cries 
for a revivified Saviour and a vital redemptive evangel. 


3} The Second Sunday after the Epiphany joZTiai 6 ' 16 john^tsi 


s 

1 20 

Psalm 47 

M 

21 

Zech. 1:12-21 

T 

22 

Zech. 2:1-13 

W 

23 

Zech. 3:1-10 

T 

24 

Zech. 4:1-14 

F 

25 

Zech. 5:1-11 

S 

26 

Zech. 6:1-15 


If the Church will be the Mission in Honduras, Ecuador 
and all other Latin American lands, the “Christ of the 
Andes” will yet bring reconciliation and life abundant to 
these millions. 

Moslem lands, such as Iraq, seem impenetrable to the 
Gospel. However, were the Christian Church to mobi¬ 
lize her full energies and multiply her witness and min- 
istries a thousand-fold in all Islam, a miracle of grace 


4} The Third Sunday after the Epiphany Mauhew’l/i-n 1 johTffs-w 13 ' 20 


S 

27 

Psalm 95 

M 

28 

Zech. 7:1-13 

T 

29 

Zech. 8:1-13 

W 

30 

Zech. 8:14-23 

T 

31 

Zech. 9:1-17 


could happen and the “cradle of religions” become the 
kingdom of our Lord. Only a Christianity completely 
committed to her World Mission in word and deed can 
turn the “rising tide of color” toward international 
understanding and good will. 


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Second Month FEBRUARY, 1952 29 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
February: Christian Stewardship 

“I am not my own but, with all that I am and all that I have, I 
belong to my faithful Saviour, Jesus Christ.” 

F 

S 2 

Zech. 10:1-12 
Zech. 11:1-17 

Gratitude compels! This is the basis of all Christian stew¬ 
ardship. Any other motivation may well be critically exam- 


5} The Last Sunday after the Epiphany 
The Transfiguration of our Lord 


2 Peter 1:16-21 
Matthew 17:1-9 


2 Cor. 3:12-18 
John 5:39-47 


s 

3 

Psalm 27 

M 

4 

Zech. 12:1-14 

T 

5 

Zech. 13:1-9 

W 

6 

Zech. 14:1-11 

T 

7 

Zech. 14:12-21 

F 

8 

Ruth 1:1-22 

S 

9 

Ruth 2:1-23 


ined and suspected. 

There are pumps and springs. Both produce water and 
money. There is the pumping process which requires a 
pastor literally to squeeze required funds from his constitu¬ 
ency — money raising. Then there is the spring process, 
which permits a pastor to draw required funds from a steady 
source, gifts actually flowing forth because of his members’ 


6 } Septuagesima Sunday 


1 Cor. 9:24-10:5 
Matthew 20:1-16 


Phil. 1:27-2:4 
Luke 10:38-42 


S 

10 

Psalm 20 

M 

11 

Ruth 3:1-18 

T 

12 

Ruth 4:1-22 

W 

13 

Obadiah 1:1-9 

T 

14 

Obadiah 1:10-21 

F 

15 

John 1:1-14 

S 

16 

John 1:15-34 


well developed sense of gratitude to God. This is steward¬ 
ship. 

Christian Stewardship is neither a department of life nor 
a sphere of activity. It is the Christian conception of life 
as a whole, manifested in attitudes and actions. The pur¬ 
pose of all of life is to glorify God. To a Christian nothing 
in life is foreign to that purpose. Christian Stewardship 
therefore undergirds the entire program of the Church and 


7J Sexagesima Sunday 


2 Cor. 11:19-12:9 
Luke 8:4-15 


Phil. 1:12-21 
John 11:20-27 


S 

17 

Psalm 71 

M 

18 

John 1:35-51 

T 

19 

John 2:1-11 

W 

20 

John 2:12-25 

T 

21 

John 3:1-21 

F 

22 

John 3:22-36 

S 

23 

John 4:1-26 


is related to all of it. 

While the Commission on Stewardship concerns itself with 
stewardship of all of life, the immediate emphasis is on the 
Tithe as the beginning of proportionate giving. When love 
dictates the tithe all traces of legalism disappear, and giv¬ 
ing has only begun. God counts not His gifts to His chil¬ 
dren. A loving parent measures not his love for his child. 
Nor does the child of God set limits to his service to God 


8 J Quinquagesima Sunday 


1 Cor. 13:1-13 
Luke 18:31-43 


1 Cor. 1:21-31 
Mark 10:35-45 


24 

Psalm 19 

25 

John 4:27-42 

26 

John 4:43-54 


s 

M 

T 


The Commission on Stewardship has an office at 721 Schaff 
Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. Pastors and 
church members are invited to use all the facilities of this 


The First Day of Lent 
(Ash Wednesday) 


Joel 2:12-19 
Matthew 6:16-21 


W 

27 

Psalm 51 

Commission. Use the month of February for intensive stew¬ 

T 

28 

John 5:1-18 

ardship education. Participate heartily in the Essay and 

F 

29 

John 5:19-29 

Poster Contest. It has been a blessing to many! 


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Third Month MARCH, 1952 


31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 

March: Evangelism 

“Neither is there any other name given among men, wherein we 
must be saved.” 

S 

1 1 

John 5:30-47 

There are two institutions, among others, basic to the crea- 

9} The First Sunday 

in Lent 2 Cor. 6:1-10 Hebrews 4:15, 16 


(Invocavit) 

Matthew 4:1-11 Matthew 16:21-26 

s 

2 

Psalm 62 

tion of Christian community, namely the home and the 

M 

3 

John 6:1-15 

church. We are concerned in our time about the stability 

T 

4 

John 6:16-34 

and permanency of these institutions, and the contribution 
they may make toward extending the confines of the King¬ 

W 

5 

John 6:35-51 

T 

6 

John 6:52-71 

dom of God among men. 

F 

S 

7 

8 

John 7:1-24 

John 7:25-36 

This concern motivates us to place emphasis upon the ne¬ 
cessity of strengthening the spiritual foundations of both 
home and church. In what ways may this objective be 


10 } The Second Sunday in Lent 
(Reminiscere) 


1 Thess. 4:1-8 
Matthew 15:21-28 


1 John 2:12-17 
Luke 10:17-20 


s 

9 

Psalm 32 

M 

10 

John 7:37-53 

T 

11 

John 8:1-11 

W 

12 

John 8:12-30 

T 

13 

John 8:31-45 

F 

14 

John 8:46-59 

S 

15 

John 9:1-17 


realized? 

First, let every home become a depository of spiritual 
power, and a channel for the release of such power in the 
community. A home in which personal devotions is ob¬ 
served by every member of the family; in which the family, 
as a group, practices family religion; and in which Christ 
becomes the center of personal and group attitudes and re- 
ligious living, is a home established on a firm foundation 


11 } The Third Sunday in Lent 
(Oculi) 


Ephesians 5:1-9 
Luke 11:14-26 


1 Peter 1:13-16 
Luke 9:51-56 


S 

16 

Psalm 34 

M 

17 

John 9:18-41 

T 

18 

John 10:1-21 

W 

19 

John 10:22-42 

T 

20 

John 11:1-16 

F 

21 

John 11:17-37 

S 

22 

John 11:38-57 


and its spiritual strength will inevitably be reflected in the 
community of which it is a component part. 

Secondly, a church, in which every member exemplifies 
Christian Churchmanship, i.e., worships regularly, gives gen¬ 
erously. communes faithfully, learns continuously, serves 
willingly, and witnesses courageously; in short, in which 
the members come to grips with the verities of the faith and 
translates their faith in terms of attitudes and actions, is a 


12 } The Fourth Sunday in Lent 
(Laetare) 


Romans 5:1-11 
John 6:1-15 


2 Cor. 7:4-10 
John 6:47-57 


S 

23 

Psalm 116 

M 

24 

John 12:1-19 

T 

25 

John 12:20-43 

W 

26 

John 12:44-50 

T 

27 

John 13:1-15 

F 

28 

John 13:16-30 

S 

29 

John 13:31-38 


church whose spiritual potency inevitably makes itself felt 
in the community. 

That kind of a church also will be aggressively evangelistic. 
The members will have a deep concern to share their evan¬ 
gelical experience with others and perennially reach out to 
win the unchurched of their community to Christ and the 
following of the Christian way. 

Lent is an opportune time to examine the spiritual means 


13} The Fifth Sunday in Lent 
Passion Sunday (Judica) 


Hebrews 9:11-15 
John 8:46-59 


1 Peter 1:17-25 
John 13:31-35 


S | 30 I Psalm 43 

Ml 31 [John 14:1-17 


given and used of God in fulfilling his redemptive purpose 
among men. 


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Fourth Month APRIL, 1952 


30 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 


Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
April: Faith Triumphant 

‘I know that my Redeemer liveth.” 


T 

W 

T 

F 

S 


John 14:18-31 
John 15:1-11 
John 15:12-25 
John 15:26-16:15 
John 16:16-33 


If a man die, shall he live again? This question has been 
asked by one generation after another. It is still upon 
the lips of men. Every day four thousand persons die in 
the United States. Their loved ones and friends are eager 
for a satisfying answer to the question of immortality. 
The philosopher may say that there ought to be a future 


14} The Sixth Sunday in Lent 


Phil. 2:5-11 
Matthew 21:1-9 


Hebrews 12:1-6 
John 12:1-8 


s 

6 

Psalm 24 

M 

7 

John 17:1-26 

T 

8 

John 18:1-24 

W 

9 

John 18:25-40 

T 

10 

John 19:1-30 


life. He may believe in the reasonableness of immortal¬ 
ity. However, the Christian puts his trust in the God 
who loves and cares for His children; and in Jesus Christ, 
who, by His Resurrection, made eternal life a certainty. 
Defeated, despairing men were transformed into coura¬ 
geous, triumphant individuals by the miracle of Easter, 


Good Friday 

The Crucifixion of our Lord 


Isaiah 52:13-53:12 
John 18:1-19:42 


F I 11 
S ! 12 


Psalm 22 
John 19:3142 


and they became powerful witnesses of the things they 
had seen and heard. 


15} Easter Sunday 

The Resurrection of our Lord 


l Cor. 5 :6-8 
Mark 16:1-8 


1 Cor. 15:12-20 
Matthew 28:1-10 


S 

13 

Psalm 118:14-24 

M 

14 

John 20:1-18 

T 

15 

John 20:19-31 

W 

16 

John 21:1-14 

T 

17 

John 21:15-25 

F 

18 

Romans 1:1-17 

S 

19 

Romans 1:18-32 


The rise of the Church cannot be explained apart from 
the Resurrection. The continuance of the Church for 
more than nineteen hundred years is proof of the fact that 
Christ has lived in the hearts of men, and still dwells in 
men’s hearts today. Men and women still hear his voice, 
as He reassures them with the words, “Because 1 live, ye 
shall live also.” 

The answer to the persisting question concerning the fu- 


16} The First Sunday after Easter 
(Quasimodogeniti) 


1 John 5:4-12 
John 20:19-31 


1 Peter 1:3-9 
John 21:15-19 


S 

20 

Psalm 66 

M 

21 

Romans 2:1-11 

T 

22 

Romans 2:12-16 

W 

23 

Romans 2:17-29 

T 

24 

Romans 3:1-20 

F 

25 

Romans 3:21-31 

S 

26 

Romans 4:1-15 


ture life is most certainly an affirmative one. This is the 
foundation of our faith. The assurance of immortality 
encourages us to do our best, knowing that our lives are 
significant in God’s sight, and that our labors are not in 
vain. 

In times of extreme stress and strain, such as the pres¬ 
ent, mankind needs a message of hope. Our faith in 
God saves us from despair, and enables us to face the 


17} The Second Sunday after Easter 
(Misericordias Domini) 


1 Peter 2:21-25 
John 10:11-16 


Kphesians 2:4-10 
John 14:1-6 


s 

27 

Psalm 23 

M 

28 

Romans 4:16-25 

T 

29 

Romans 5:1-11 

W 

30 

Romans 5:12-21 


trials and disappointments of life courageously. We be¬ 
lieve that God has prepared wonderful things for those 
who love Him, the glory of which no one has been able to 
imagine. How grateful we should be to the God of hope, 
who has made us heirs of eternal life. 


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Fifth Month MAY, 1952 31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 

May: Family Life 

“As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord:’ 

T 

F 

S 

1 

2 

3 

Romans 6:1-14 
Romans 6:15-23 
Romans 7:1-12 

The family has been subjected to severe strains in recent 
years, making it necessary for the Church to assume a 
greater responsibility than formerly in helping to main- 

18} The Third Sunday after Easter 1 Peter 2:ix-i7 ijohn4:9-i4 

(Jubilate) Johnl6:16-23 John 12:20-26 

S 

M 

T 

W 

T 

F 

S 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

Psalm 100 

Romans 7:13-25 
Romans 8:1-11 
Romans 8:12-17 
Romans 8:18-23 
Romans 8:24-30 
Romans 8:31-39 

tain harmony and contentment in the home. The Church 
has endeavored in recent years to meet this need by pro¬ 
viding helpful materials for family worship and Christian 
nurture, by organizing classes for parents, and by giving 
instruction to young people in the meaning of Christian 
marriage. 

It has been demonstrated very definitely that the family 
which recognizes God as Creator, Father and Friend, and 

19} The Fourth Sunday after Easter j ames 1 :i6-2i 2 Tim. 2:8-i3 

(Cantate) Johnl6:5-15 John6:60-69 

s 

M 

T 

w 

T 

F 

s 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 
17 

Psalm 98 

Romans 9:1-18 
Romans 9:19-33 
Romans 10:1-13 
Romans 10:14-21 
Romans 11:1-12 
Romans 11:13-24 

Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, is much more likely to 
endure than a family which builds, upon a secular philoso¬ 
phy. It is a well-known fact that divorces are rare among 
married couples who are active in the work of the Church. 
In order to have a successful marriage, husband and wife 
must practice Christian principles, such as love, kindness 
and forbearance, recognizing their own weaknesses, and 
seeking the help of Almighty God in overcoming their 

20} The Fifth Sunday after Easter James 1:22-27 1 Tim. 2:1-6 

(Rotate) John 16:23-33 Luke 11:5-13 

S 

M 

T 

W 

18 

19 

20 
21 

Psalm 65 

Romans 11:25-36 
Romans 12:1-8 
Romans 12:9-21 

shortcomings. When they love God sincerely, they will in 
all probability continue to love each other, and they will 
seek to solve their problems in the light of the Christian 
faith. 

In their relationship with their children, Christian par- 

Ascension Day Acts 1:1-11 Day of Prayer 

The Ascension of our Lord Mark 16:14 20 £or Missions 

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F 

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22 

23 

24 

Psalm 96 

Romans 13:1-7 
Romans 13:8-14 

ents are wise, helpful and considerate. Children growing 
up under the influence of the Christian religion will nat¬ 
urally learn to apply Christian principles in their relation 

21 } The Sunday after the Ascension , Pe ter4:7-ii Ephesians 1:16-23 


John 15:26-16:4 John 7:33-39 


s 

25 

Psalm 42 

to their parents, their playmates and their friends. Therein 
lies the hope of a more Christian community, and a more 

u 

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26 

Romans 14:1-9 

T 

27 

Romans 14:10-23 

Christian nation. 

W 

28 

Romans 15:1-13 

While the Church has a definite responsibility toward her 

T 

F 

29 

30 

Romans 15:14-33 
Micah 1:2-9 

people and toward the community, the Church cannot be 
expected to assume the whole burden. The school can do 
a great deal to promote tolerance, consideration and help¬ 

S 

31 

Micah 2:1-6 

fulness. 


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Sixth Month 


JUNE, 1952 


30 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 


Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
June: Christian Education 

“Let the word of Christ dive 11 in you richly, as you teach and 
admonish one another in all Wisdom 


22} Whitsunday 

The Festival of Pentecost 


Acts 2:1-13 Ephesians 2:10-22 

John 14:23-31 John 14:15-21 


s 

M 

T 

W 

T 

F 

S 


1 

Psalm 104 

2 

Micah 3:5-12 

3 

Micah 4:1-7 

4 

Micah 5:2-7 

5 

Micah 6:1-8 

6 

Micah 7:7-20 

7 

Deut. 1:1-31 


There are 27,000,000 children enrolled in the nation’s 250,- 
000 Sunday schools, and the number is steadily growing. 
A recent survey of Vassar College alumnae indicates an 
overwhelming majority (79%) feel their children should 
go to Sunday school. Their reasons are: They want them 
to have their belief in God strengthened, to participate in 
a worthy tradition, and to learn the ethical principles that 
are a component part of every religious faith. 


23} Trinity Sunday 

The Festival of the Holy Trinity 


Romans 11:33-36 Ephesians 1:3-14 
John 3:1-15 Matthew 28:16-20 


8 

Psalm 99 

9 

Deut. 1:32-46 

10 

Deut. 2:1-25 

11 

Deut. 2:26-37 

12 

Deut. 3:1-29 

13 

Deut. 4:1-24 

14 

Deut. 4:25-40 


These are not the only reasons why Sunday schools and 
other types of Christian schools are important. What is im¬ 
portant is that these college trained mothers are typical of 
others who understand the need for a well-organized and 
relevant type of Christian education for our day. As one 
Vassar mother observed, “Religion may be the only stable 
thing in our children’s future.” 

Bernard Iddings Bell reports that chaplains in World War 


24} The First Sunday after Trinity 


1 Tohn 4:16-21 Acts 4:32-35 

Luke 16:19-31 Matthew 13 :31-35 


s 

M 

T 

W 

T 

F 

S. 


15 

Psalm 73 

16 

Deut. 4:41-48 

17 

Deut. 5:1-33 

18 

Deut. 6:1-25 

19 

Deut. 7 :l-26 

20 

Deut. 8:1-20 

21 

Deut. 9:1-10 


II were practically unanimous in their deep concern for 
the teaching work of the church. He quotes one of them: 
“If I ever get back into a parish, I shall teach and teach 
and teach. Everything that goes on which does not teach 
I shall regard as superfluous. I shall not call except to 
teach, nor preach except to teach, nor pay attention to 
guilds except to teach, nor go to a vestry meeting except to 
teach, nor read except to teach.” 


25} The Second Sunday after Trinity RiMI# 


22 

Psalm 11 

23 

Deut. 9:11-29 

24 

Deut. 10:1-22 

25 

Deut. 11:1-17 

26 

Deut. 11:18-32 

27 

Deut. 12:1-19 

28 

Deut. 12:20-32 


The Great Teacher gave first place to his teaching ministry. 
As his followers, we cannot do less than give pre-eminence 
to the teaching task of the Church in our day. 

The Sunday Church School has always been an influential 
agency in Christian education. Time was when there were 
as many persons enrolled in the Church School as were on 
the membership rolls of the Church. That is not the con- 
dition now, but we are grateful that the Church School 


26} The Third Sunday after Trinity iukeYsu-io 1 ufkVi^n 32 


S 

29 

Psalm 112 

enrollments have been moving upward in recent years. 

M 

30 

Deut. 13:1-5 

This is as it should be. 


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Seventh Month 


JULY, 1952 


31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
luly: Christian Citizenship 

‘ Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any 
people.” 

T 

1 

Deut. 13:6-14:2 

The fifty-six men who signed the Declaration of Independ¬ 

W 

2 

Deut. 14:3-29 

ence realized the significance of their actions. They pledged 

T 

F 

3 

4 

Deut. 15:1-23 
Deut. 16:1-22 

their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to the 
cause of freedom. Inasmuch as the outcome of the Revolu¬ 
tion was by no means certain, the faith of these men is all 
the more outstanding. These patriots believed that God was 

S 

5 

Deut. 17:1-20 


27} The Fourth Sunday after Trinity j-XTse-i!' 23 Matthew sums 


s 

6 

Psalm 91 

M 

7 

Deut. 18:1-22 

T 

8 

Deut. 19:1-21 

W 

9 

Deut. 20:1-20 

T 

10 

Deut. 21:1-23 

F 

11 

Deut. 22:1-30 

S 

12 

Deut. 23:1-25 


on their side, and that it was God’s will that all men should 
be free. 

The founders of our nation wanted this country to be Chris¬ 
tian. Our early statesmen recognized Almighty God as they 
wrote their political documents. Our presidents and other 
political leaders still make many references to the Deity in 
public addresses, and sessions of Congress are opened with 
prayer. 


28} The Fifth Sunday after Trinity 


1 Peter 3:8-15 Acts 5:34-42 

Luke 5:1-11 Luke 9:18-26 


S 

13 

Psalm 121 

M 

14 

Deut. 24:1-22 

T 

15 

Deut. 25:1-19 

W 

16 

Deut. 26:1-19 

T 

17 

Deut. 27:1-26 

F 

18 

Deut. 28:1-14 

S 

19 

Deut. 28:15-57 


Our beloved land, however, can be a truly Christian nation 
only if the individual citizens are Christian in their beliefs 
and in their manner of life. 

A study of history reveals that wickedness is not of recent 
origin. Nevertheless, crime has reached tremendous pro¬ 
portions in recent years. Gambling has become a very se¬ 
rious problem, since it creates the impression that some- 
thing can be had for nothing, a view which is contrary to 


29} The Sixth Sunday after Trinity M«the* 2 38 : 28-32 


S 

20 

Psalm 1 

M 

21 

Deut. 28:58-68 

T 

22 

Deut. 29:1-29 

W 

23 

Deut. 30:1-20 

T 

24 

Deut. 31 :l-30 

F 

25 

Deut. 32:1-14 

S 

26 

Deut. 32:15-43 


the principles of Christian stewardship. 

The decline of morals is an evidence of lack of faith in the 
things of the spirit on the part of large sections of our pop¬ 
ulation. The Christian citizen must be alert and concerned 
about this condition. Too many church members are ab¬ 
sent from the polls on election day, thereby encouraging 
corruption in government. We must realize that our public 
officials will he about as honest as we expect them to be. 


30} The Seventh Sunday after Trinity lilXtle'J 


S 

27 

Psalm 18:1-20 

M 

28 

Deut. 32:44-52 

T 

29 

Deut. 33:1-29 

W 

30 

Deut. 34:1-12 

T 

31 

Proverbs 1:1-9 


Christian ethics and Christian character need to be empha¬ 
sized, just as much as Christian creeds and theologies. 
Righteousness is the fruit of religious faith. The laws of 
right and wrong are God’s laws. A return to God is our 
only guarantee of national righteousness and national 
security. 


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Eighth Month AUGUST, 1952 


31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible . 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 

August: Recreation 

“And he said unto than, Conte ye yourselves apart into a 
desert place and rest azvhilc 

F 

S 2 

Proverbs 1:10-19 
Proverbs 1:20-33 

The human body and the human mind are so constituted 
that periods of rest and renewal are necessity. It is now 


31} The Eighth Sunday after Trinity 


Ro nans 8:12-17 
Matthew 7:15-23 


Acts 16:16-32 
Matthew 12:46-50 


s 

3 

Psalm 84 

M 

4 

Proverbs 2:1-9 

T 

5 

Proverbs 2:10-22 

W 

6 

Proverbs 3:1-12 

T 

7 

Proverbs 3:13-26 

F 

8 

Proverbs 3:27-35 

S 

9 

Proverbs 4:1-13 


almost universally recognized that a vacation is essential 
for everyone. This period, however, need not be devoted 
to complete inactivity, A part of the vacation may be 
used for making plans for the Fall and Winter. There 
are many opportunities during the Summer for attendance 
at camps, conferences, institutes, ashrams and Summer 
schools. Under the guidance of great souls, who have 
been gifted with deep insight into the problems of life. 


32} The Ninth Sunday after Trinity 


1 Cor. 10:6-13 
Luke 15:11-24 


Acts 17:16-34 
Matthew 13:44-46 


s 

10 

Psalm 115 

M 

11 

Proverbs 4:14-27 

T 

12 

Proverbs 5:1-23 

W 

13 

Proverbs 6:6-11 

T 

14 

Proverbs 6:12-19 

F 

15 

Proverbs 6:20-35 

S 

16 

Proverbs 7:1-27 


and who have studied, observed and prayed, we have the 
opportunity to grow spiritually, and acquire knowledge 
and skill, which will be available when we resume our 
regular tasks in the Church or in secular work. 

Travel, when it has been properly planned, is also very 
valuable, since it helps to develop an attitude of tolerance, 
broad-mindedness and understanding. It enables us to 
think in more inclusive terms, and helps us to be more 


33} The Tenth Sunday after Trinity 


1 Cor. 12:1-11 
Luke 19:41-48 


Acts 20:17-38 
Matthew 23:34-39 


s 

17 

Psalm 147 

sympathetic toward the needs of our fellowmen, including 

M 

18 

Proverbs 8:1-11 

those of other races, creeds and classes. 

T 

19 

Proverbs 8:12-21 

During the Summer it would be very unfortunate if we 

W 

20 

Proverbs 9:1-12 

did not take time to observe the wonders of nature, and 

T 

21 

Proverbs 10:1-15 

to develop an appreciation of the handiwork of the Al¬ 

F 

22 

Proverbs 10:16-32 

mighty. We must not forget that this is our Father’s 
world. We need to recall the words of Maltbie Babcock, 

S 

23 

Proverbs 11:1-15 

“He shines in all that’s fair: In the rustling grass I hear 

34} The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity 

S 

24 

Psalm 33 

Him pass, He speaks to me everywhere.” 

M 

25 

Proverbs 11:16-31 

During vacation time, worship in the House of God, and 

T 

26 

Proverbs 12:1-11 

the reading of the Bible and other good literature, should 

W 

27 

Proverbs 12:12-28 

not be neglected. In fact, it should be a time for special 

T 

28 

Proverbs 13:1-25 

meditation on holy things, and for renewal of spirit. By 

F 

29 

Proverbs 14:26-34 

taking this attitude, vacation time can be one of the most 

Si 

30 

Proverbs 15:1-11 

profitable and fruitful portions of the year. 

35} The Twelfth Sunday after Trinity MarkV^tV? joi!n 

s.. 

oo 

I — 1 

| Psalm 139 

I 


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Ninth Month SEPTEMBER, 1952 


30 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 


Daily Bible 
Readings and 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
September: Ministerial Pensions and Relief 


Days 


Pericopes 


“Even so hath the Lord ordained that they which preach the 
Gospel should live of the Gospel” 


M 

T 

W 

T 

F 

S 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


Proverbs 15:12-33 
Proverbs 16:1-15 
Proverbs 16:16-33 
Proverbs 17:1-13 
Proverbs 17:14-28 
Proverbs 18:1-24 


The Board of Pensions and Relief is administering three 
separate pension funds. The reason is historical. Both 
the Evangelical Synod of N.A. and the Reformed Church 
in the U.S. had pension funds for their ministry. They 
were not on an actuarial basis and must therefore be sub¬ 
sidized by General Synod. The maximum pension of a 
minister has been set at $720 a year, with 60% thereof to 


36) The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity £Skf u&l-i?' 22 m5*12 2 4 M 4 


s 

7 

Psalm 113 

M 

8 

Proverbs 19:1-17 

T 

9 

Proverbs 19:18-29 

W 

10 

Proverbs 20:1-13 

T 

11 

Proverbs 20:14-30 

F 

12 

Proverbs 21:1-31 

S 

13 

Proverbs 22:1-29 


his widow. Payments amounting to $408,600 from these 
two old funds will be made to 380 ministers, 572 widows 
and 10 orphan children in 1951. Contributions from in¬ 
dividuals and churches and the Women’s Guild will be 
used to supplement these amounts when necessary. 

The merger of the Churches in 1940 occasioned the estab¬ 
lishment of the Ministers’ Retirement Annuity Fund, ac- 
tuarially set up on a reserve basis. The minister con- 


37) The Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity Luke'mnas )' 24 John’sri-if 17 


s 

14 

Psalm 92 

tributes 3% of his annual salary and his congregation 8% 

M 

15 

Proverbs 23:1-19 

on the same basis. These amounts are credited to the 

T 

16 

Proverbs 23:20-35 

account of the minister and with interest increments ac¬ 

W 

17 

Proverbs 24:1-14 

cumulate to provide a retirement pension, which may 

T 

18 

Proverbs 24:15-34 

begin at or after age 65. Ninety per cent of the pastors 

F 

19 

Proverbs 25:1-10 

of the Church, together with their congregations, are 

S 

20 

Proverbs 25:11-28 

members of the Fund. Assets are over two and one-half 


38) The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity 6 : 2*34 10 joTmii':i-n 13 


21 

Psalm 8 

22 

Proverbs 26:1-28 

23 

Proverbs 27:1-27 

24 

Proverbs 28:1-28 

25 

Proverbs 29:1-27 

26 

Proverbs 30:1-14 

27 

Proverbs 30:15-33 


million dollars. Although only ten years old the Fund is 
already paying pension to 99 ministers and 82 widows. 
General Synod also provides a death benefit of $1,000 to 
the widow of a qualified member of the Pension Fund 
who dies in active service prior to age 55; $500 if death 
occurs after age 55 and before age 65; $100 if death 
occurs after age 65. 


39) The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity ^kelui-i? 13 ' 21 Matthew W-Mfo 


s 

28 

Psalm 146 

M 

29 

Proverbs 31:1-9 

T, 

30 

Proverbs 31:10-31 


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Tenth Month OCTOBER, 1952 


31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
October: National Missions 

“And Jesus went about the cities and the villages, teaching in 
thier synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and 
healing ...” 

w 

1 

James 1:1-11 

“And Jesus went about the cities and the villages, teaching, 

T 

2 

James 1:12-18 

in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the king¬ 

F 

3 

James 1:19-27 

dom, and healing. . . .” 

Christianity is no static religion. It is always “on the go,” 

S 

4 

James 2:1-13 

pushing forward and onward with its teaching, preaching, 


40} The Seventeenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians 4:1-6 
Luke 14:1-11 


Hebrews 4:9-13 
Matthew 12:1-8 


s 

! 5 

Psalm 107:1-16 

M 

1 6 

James 2:14-26 

T 

! 7 

James 3:1-12 

W 

8 

James 3:13-4:12 

T 

9 

James 4:13-17 

F 

10 

James 5:1-6 

S 

11 

James 5:7-11 


and healing mission. Of Him we read. “Jesus went about 
the cities and the villages.” He sent others “into every city 
and place.” Thus, from a consecrated and enlightened cen¬ 
ter the gospel message widened its scope in concentric cir¬ 
cles, ever reaching forth to the needs of the neglected, for¬ 
saken, forgotten, ignorant, and helpless. 

Today, in all of our land, there are many who are uprooted 
and needy. Americans are “on the move.” The frontiers 


41} The Eighteenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 Cor. 1:4-9 James 2:10-17 

Matt. 22:34-46 Mark 10:17-27 


s 

M 

T 

W 

T 

F 

S 


12 

Psalm 48 

i 13 

James 5:12-20 

I 14 

1 Peter 1:1-12 

15 

| 1 Peter 1:13-25 

16! 

1 Peter 2:1-10 

17 

1 Peter 2:11-25 

18 ! 

1 Peter 3:1-12 


have been pushed back to the ocean shores but in every 
community, city and village there are the exploited, ne¬ 
glected, forsaken, and needy. They do not go to the church, 
the church needs to go to them. Our country needs 
churches to meet the spiritual needs of almost one-half of 
the population which is not connected with any religious 
body. Jesus, through his disciples today, wants to go about 
all the cities and villages, teaching, preaching, healing and 


42} The Nineteenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians 4:22-28 James 5:13-20 
Matthew 9:1-8 John 9:24-41 


19 

Psalm 29 

20 

1 Peter 3:13-33 

21 

1 Peter 4:1-11 

22 

1 Peter 4:12-19 

23 

1 Peter 5 

24 

2 Peter 1:1-11 

25 

2 Peter 1:12-21 


helping. Men and women are needed for full time service 
in the kingdom. Many others are needed for part time 
service in church schools, choirs, and other activities. Funds 
are needed to build new churches and provide facilities for 
new congregations. There is something for everyone to do. 

When we think of providing “churches for our country’s 
needs,” we think mainly of the work of National Missions 
in planting new congregations and assisting in the building 


43} The Twentieth Sunday 
after Trinity 

The Festival of the Reformation 


Ephesians 5:15-21 Gal. 2:16-21 
Matthew 22:1-14 John 8:31-36 


S 

M 

T 

W 

T 

F 


26 

Psalm 46 

27 

2 Peter 2:1-8 

28 

2 Peter 2:9-22 

29 

2 Peter 3:1-13 

30 

2 Peter 3:14-18 

31 

1 Chron. 10:1-14 


of new churches. This is always the most difficult task for 
the small new congregation, so National Missions provides 
loan funds to make building possible. At least one million 
dollars are needed now to make church expansion possible. 
This is the urgent need. Christianity dare never become a 
static religion. It must bud forth in new life, in new places, 
in new character and personality. 


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Eleventh Month NOVEMBER, 1952 30 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 

Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 

DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
November: The Kingdom Roll Call 

“Be not ashamed of the testimony of the Lord.” 

Si 1 

1 Thess. 4:13-18 

ALL SAINTS’ DAY When men first fashioned tools 


44J The Twenty-first Sunday 


Ephesians 6:10-17 
John 4:46-54 


Ephesians 6:1-9 
Mark 10:13-16 


s 

2 

Psalm 119:1-12 

M 

3 

1 Chron. 11:1-9 

T 

4 

1 Chron. 13:1-8 

W 

5 

1 Chron. 14:8-17 

T 

6 

1 Chron. 15:25-16:4 

F 

7 

1 Chron. 16:7-36 

S 

8 

1 Chron. 17:3-15 


and used them to translate their dreams into reality, 
civilization began. The lever was such a tool. It ena¬ 
bled man to multiply his strength many times and to 
build that of which he has only vaguely dreamed before. 
—Men dream of the coming of the Kingdom of God. 
They pray fervently for its realization in time. But it is 
not enough to dream and to pray. Churches must be 
built in new communities. The Gospel must be pro- 


45} The Twenty-second Sunday 
after Trinity 


Phil. 1:3-11 
Matt. 18:23-35 


Hebrews 13:1-9 
Luke 9:57-62 


S 

9 

Psalm 119:97-105 

M 

10 

1 Chron. 17:16-27 

T 

11 

1 Chron. 22:1-23:1 

W 

12 

1 Chron. 28:1-11 

T 

13 

1 Chron. 28:12-21 

F 

14 

1 Chron. 29:1-9 

S 

15 

1 Chron. 29:10-30 


claimed where its power is unknown. Schools must be 
established to train youth for Christian leadership. The 
sick need comfort and healing, and the lonely, to know 
that someone cares. These are the building materials of 
the Kingdom. — One of the responsibilities of the 
Church is to provide “tools” whereby its members may 
share in Kingdom building. One of these “tools” is 
the Kingdom Roll Call. The Roll Call is used by 


46} The Twenty-third Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians 3:17-21 
Matthew 22:15-22 


1 Tim. 4:4-11 
Matt. 10:24-33 


s 

16 

Psalm 39 

M 

17 

2 Chron. 1:7-12 

T 

18 

2 Chron. 2:3-10 

W 

19 

2 Chron. 3:3-17 

T 

20 

2 Chron. 4:1-8 

F 

21 

2 Chron. 4:9-18 

S 

22 

2 Chron. 4:19-22 


many churches in November. The proper use of this 
“tool” enables every member to receive authentic in¬ 
formation concerning the achievements of the Church 
in Kingdom building. Moreover, each member is given 
the opportunity to support this enterprise with his 
gifts.—The Kingdom Roll Call is not merely another 
drive for money. 

It is a means provided by the Church whereby each 


47} The Last Sunday after Trinity 
Memorial Sunday 


1 Thess. 5:1-11 
Matthew 25:1-13 


Rev. 7:9-17 
John 5:19-29 


s 

23 

Psalm 90 

M 

24 

2 Chron. 5:1-14 

T 

25 

2 Chron. 6:1-11 

W 

26 

2 Chron. 6:12-21 

T 

27 

2 Chron. 6:22-42 

F 

28 

2 Chron. 7:1-11 

S 

29 

2 Chron. 7:12-22 


member may share the faith, the hope, the inner 
strength and peace he has found through the fellow¬ 
ship of his church.—The dream men cherish of the 
coming of the Kingdom may seem impossible of reali¬ 
zation. But really, it isn’t. When we obey His com¬ 
mand, “Go ...» preach . . . , teach . . . ,” using the 
most effective “tools” we have, His promise, 

“Lo I am with you,” still stands. And with Him, all 


48} The First Sunday in Advent 


Romans 13:8-14 
Matthew 21:1-9 


S ! 30 | Psalm 50 


Hebrews 10:19-25 
Luke 1:68-79 


things are possible. 


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Twelfth Month DECEMBER, 1952 31 Days 


Days 

and 

Lord’s 

Days 


Daily Bible 
Readings and 
Pericopes 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
December: Sharing 

"Give unto the poor and thou shalt have treasure in 
heaven 


M 

T 

W 

T 

F 

S 


1 2 Chron. 8:12-18 

2 2 Chron. 9:1-12 

3 ! 2 Chron. 9:23-31 


4 | 2 Chron. 10 

5 | 2 Chron. 12 

6 2 Chron. 13 


6-19 

1-12 

4-12 


During the Christmas season our hearts are especially 
compassionate toward those who are in need. Gen¬ 
erous gifts are bestowed upon the orphans, the aged, 
and other underprivileged individuals. The amount 
of these gifts may seem very large to us. However, 
when we compare these contributions with the gifts 
we give our friends and relatives, hoping to receive 


49} The Second Sunday in Advent 


Romans 15 :4-13 
Luke 21:25-36 


2 Peter 1 :3-11 
Luke 17:20-30 


s 

7 

Psalm 25 

M 

8 

2 Chron. 14:1-5, 10-12 

T 

9 

2 Chron. 17:1-10 

W 

10 

2 Chron. 19:1-11 

T 

11 

2 Chron. 20:5-13 

F 

12 

2 Chron. 20:20-30 

S 

13 

2 Chron. 21:12-20 


other gifts in return, our contributions to charity no 
longer seem so generous. F. Emerson Andrews, who 
has made a thorough study of charitable giving, has 
written. “To celebrate the birth of the founder of 
Christianity we give in presents to one another three 
times as much as we give to all religious causes dur¬ 
ing the whole year.” Apparently there is room for 
improvement in our giving to the unfortunate. 


50} The Third Sunday in Advent 


1 Cor. 4:1-5 
Matt. 11:2-10 


2 Tim. 4:5-8 
Matthew 3:1-11 


S 

14 

Psalm 85 

M 

15 

2 Chron. 22:1-5 

T 

16 

Isaiah 60:1-9 

W 

17 

Isaiah 9:2-7 

T 

18 

Isaiah 11:1-10 

F 

19 

Luke 1:5-25 

sj 

20 ! 

Luke 1:26-38 


Although government programs of social security 
and pension systems in industry have decreased to a 
considerable extent, the necessity for Christian char¬ 
ity, nevertheless, there is still need for Christian 
sharing. The orphan and the aged need our help. 
The material and spiritual needs of God’s children 
in other parts of the world must not be ignored. 
World Service needs the support of every church 


51} The Fourth Sunday in Advent 


Phil. 4:4-7 
John 1:19-28 


1 John 1:1-4 
John 1:15-18 


s 

21 

Psalm 80 

M 

22 

Luke 1:39-56 

T 

23 

Luke 1:57-80 

W 

24 

Matthew 1:18-25 


member. 

We must be on guard, so that our gifts will be not 
merely a means of satisfying our consciences. Our 
-ifts should represent genuine love for God’s family. 
We mav not be able to come into actual contact with 


Christmas Day 

The Nativity of our Lord 


Titus 2:11-14 
Isaiah 9:2-7 
Luke 2:1-14 


Hebrews 1:1-12 
John 1:1-14 


T I 25 

F ! 26 

S ! 27 


John 1:1-14 
Matthew 2:1-12 
Luke 2:21-35 


those whom we are helping. Nevertheless, we must 
try to put ourselves into their places, to see with their 
eyes, and think their thoughts. With our imagina- 


52} The First Sunday after Christmas 


Galatians 4:1-7 
Luke 2:33-40 


2 Cor. 5:1-9 
Luke 2:25-32 


s 

28 

Psalm 145 

M 

29 

Matthew 2:13-23 

T 

30 

Mieah 4:1-7 

W 

31 

Isaiah 12 


tion, we must take their hands into ours. 

May our attitude toward our fellowmen be, “What is 
mine is thine, if you need it.” May God save us 
from a holier-than-thou attitude in our giving! 


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Growing In Grace 

President L. W. Goebel 


A NEW member in one of our 
larger churches, after a few 
months, discovered that his fel¬ 
low-members had but a very general 
understanding of the program of our 
denomina- 
tion. Having ob¬ 
tained from his 
pastor the desired 
i n f o r m a t i o n, he 
prepared a 
graphic statement 
through which he 
shared his newly 
acquired knowl¬ 
edge with others. 
We would suggest 
to the pastors of 
our congregations 
that one of the most helpful instru¬ 
ments through which they can keep 
their members informed concerning 
the state of the Church of which they 
are members, as well as its program 
and measure of progress, is the Year 
Book. Even when thought of as a sta¬ 
tistical record of the preceding year’s 
work, this book should be of interest 
to all of our people. It is, however, 
more than that. It reveals in its very 
listing of the names of congregations 
and pastors, as well as the membership 
of our Boards and agencies of General 
Synod and of the Synods, the extent 
of service our Church is rendering. 
This service is made possible only be¬ 
cause of the generous support of our 
work on the part of the membership 
in general. 

Looking back upon the past year, 
the Evangelical and Reformed Church 
has, indeed, reason to thank God for 
His gracious blessings. At a time of 
universal stress and turmoil our heav¬ 
enly Father has permitted us not only 
to carry on in the accustomed manner, 
but he has enabled us to enrich and 
enlarge our areas of service. This has 
been made possible by the devotion to 
the task of the Church not only on the 
part of those entrusted with special 
administrative responsibilities, but of 
a very large portion of the member¬ 
ship of our churches. For all this we 


praise the name of cur God. But even 
while we rejoice in the faith and con¬ 
secration of many of our members, we 
are aware of the fact that unless all of 
us constantly grow in grace, we will 
be found to be but unfaithful servants. 
We are living in a day in which the 
faith of the followers of Christ is being 
tested as if by fire. This is the time 
also when they who are not now of 
the Church but who are seeking for 
something that will give life a value 
and a purpose cannot be persuaded to 
accept Christ upon the invitation of 
those who have no more to offer than 
the claim that they are Christians be¬ 
cause they are enrolled in the mem¬ 
bership of a church. Only the life 
that is constantly growing into the 
full stature of the manhood which was 
in Christ Jesus our Lord, that is, a life 
which is Christlike, has the power to 
convince others of the renewing and 
enriching qualities of the Christian 
gospel. 

There is every evidence in our day 
that men, indeed, in all parts of the 
world are seeking for that which can 
restore hope and assurance to minds 
and hearts confronted by the confu¬ 
sion and conflict of our times. Thus 
the challenge comes to our Church to 
engage much more effectively than in 
the past in an effort, first of all, to 
evangelize our own America. Too long 
have our people hesitated to witness 
to their friends and neighbors concern¬ 
ing the saving power of the gospel. As 
pastors and lay people we need learn 
more faithfully to heed the commis¬ 
sion of our Lord, “Go and make 
disciples.” 

To the above we would add the ob¬ 
servation that America is on the move 
to a degree in which this has not been 
true for decades. The influx of people 
from rural areas into our cities has re¬ 
sulted in the closing of many churches 
in the open country and villages and 
the establishment of many unchurched 
communities adjacent to our cities. 
This situation confronts the Church at 
large and our own denomination with 
the challenge to organize an ever in- 



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creasing number of new congregations. 
To enable the Church to meet this 
challenge requires both men and 
money. The Board of National Mis¬ 
sions has been seriously handicapped 
in its program by a lack of adequate 
building funds. General Synod has 
given it the right of way to enter upon 
a campaign to meet this pressing need. 
During the present year an effort will 
be made to raise a minimum of $1,- 
000,000. Surely our people will respond 
heartily to this challenge. 

We have great confidence in the 
willingness of our membership to sup¬ 
port the total program of the Church. 
The response to the enlarged appor¬ 
tionment budget set up by General 
Synod of 1950 has given us every rea¬ 
son for encouragement. This applies 
as well to the apportionment for World 
Service. God has moved the hearts of 
our people, making them aware that 
they are stewards of His manifold 
blessings. 

Nevertheless we, as a Church, have 
not reached such heights of attainment 
that we can take our ease in Zion. In¬ 
deed, we are deeply conscious of our 
shortcomings and our failures. We 
have grown neither in grace nor in 
numbers in such a manner that we 
would have reason for pride or boast¬ 
ing. There remains every reason for 
a searching of our hearts and for deep 
humility. General Synod knew that 
only a spiritually alive Church can be a 
fit instrument through which God can 
accomplish His purposes. To deepen 
the faith and quicken the life of our 
entire membership, pastors and lay 
members, it created a Committee on 
Vital Christian Living. This Commit¬ 
tee, whose chairman is Rev. E. W. 
Brueseke of South Bend, Indiana, has 
even now initiated a program through 
which we hope to stimulate our Church 
to a fuller measure of devotion and 
dedication. It seeks to accomplish 
this through direct contact with pas¬ 
tors and the members of their congre¬ 
gations, through especially chosen 
missioners, through convocations of 
pastors and lay people, through con¬ 
ferences of preaching, through the fos¬ 
tering of private communion with 
God, and other means yet to be de¬ 
vised. 


The same General Synod believed 
the time had come when the total pro¬ 
gram of the Church should be sub¬ 
jected to a careful study, evaluating 
the work of each agency as well as the 
organizational patterns of the denomi¬ 
nation as such. Accordingly it ap¬ 
pointed a special committee, which is 
known as the 
Study Committee. 

Later we discov¬ 
ered that other 
major denomina¬ 
tions are engaged 
in a similar un¬ 
dertaking. This 
Committee 
is chaired by Dr. 

Ben M. Herbster 
of Cincinnati. 

The findings of Dr * Meyer 

the Committee 

are to be submitted to the meeting of 
General Synod in 1953. 

Obviously the tasks assigned to these 
two committees are of such importance 
and of such an exacting nature that 
the office of the President needed the 
assistance of a special secretary. To 
this position General Counsel called 
Dr. J. P. Meyer, pastor of First Church, 
Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Meyer has en¬ 
tered upon his duties. He is making 
his home in St. Louis, Missouri. How¬ 
ever, he will be in regular contact with 
the President of the Church and the 
chairmen of the above two commit¬ 
tees. We bespeak for him the hearty 
cooperation of all the Boards and agen¬ 
cies, as well as the entire Church. 

It is for us, as a Church, to remem¬ 
ber that forms of organization, as well 
as programs, are of little avail unless 
we, as followers of Christ, have, 
through prayer, waited for His most 
precious gift, the wisdom and power 
which only His spirit can bestow. If 
we would be faithful servants of our 
Lord, we need our hearts constantly 
warmed through the practice of fel¬ 
lowship with Him and our minds en¬ 
lightened through guidance and direc¬ 
tion which He has promised to those 
who sincerely follow Him. That as 
individuals and as a Church we may 
be found constantly growing in grace 
should, therefore, be our greatest 
concern. 



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Directory of the Church 

as of October 1, 1951 


Officers of the Church 

President, Rev. L. W. Goebel, 77 W. Washington St., Chicago 2, Ill. 

First Vice-President, Rev. James E. Wagner, 338 College Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 
Second Vice-President, Mr. John W. Mueller, Paul Brown Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 
Secretary, Rev. W. Sherman Kerschner, 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 
Treasurer, Mr. F. A. Keck, 1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 

Terms expire in 1953: Goebel, Keck. 

Terms expire in 1956: Wagner, Mueller, Kerschner. 

President Emeritus, Rev. George W. Richards. 


The General Synod 


The General Council 

Chairman. Rev. L. W. Goebel; Secretary, 
Rev. W. Sherman Kerschner; Rev. James 
E. Wagner; Mr. John W. Mueller, Paul 
Brown Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. F. A. 
Keck, 1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.; 
Revs. Harry D. Althouse, John C. Gieser. 
John R. C. Haas, Ben M. Herbster. Emil 
N. Krafft, John Lentz, Sheldon E. Mackey, 
Robert C. Stanger; Messrs. Allan G. Aigler. 
251 Euclid Ave.. Bellevue, Ohio, Herbert 
W. Beutel. 3839 Walnut Hill Lane. Dallas 9, 
Texas. Carl Bosch, 1708 W. McCarty St., 
Jefferson City, Mo., Clarence W. Hess, 
Akron. Pa.. David A. Miller, 2231 Chew St., 
Allentown, Pa., Paul G. Schneider, 352 Dry- 
den Ave.. N.W., Canton 8, Ohio; Mmes. V. 
J. Bartell, 5020 LaFontaine Ave.. Detroit 
24, Mich.. Milton C. Lang, 306 Tunbridge 
Rd., Baltimore 12, Md. 

1953: Bartell, Gieser, Herbster, Krafft, 
Lang, Mackey, Miller, Schneider. 
1956: Aigler, Althouse, Beutel, Bosch, Haas. 
Hess, Lentz, Stanger. 


Trustees 

The 21 members of the General Council. 


Administrative Committee 

Chairman. Rev. L. W. Goebel; Secretary, 
Rev. W. Sherman Kerschner; Revs. Ben M. 
Herbster, James E. Wagner; Messrs. C. W. 
Hess, F. A. Keck, John W. Mueller. 


Committee on Finance and Budget 

Chairman, Mr. John W. Mueller, Paul 
Brown Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; Revs. John 
C. Gieser, John R. C. Haas, Emil N. Krafft, 
Sheldon E. Mackey; Messrs. F. A. Keck, 
David A. Miller, Paul G. Schneider; Mrs. 
V. J. Bartell. 


Committee on Correlation and Promotion 

Chairman, Rev. James E. Wagner; Sec¬ 
retary, Rev. W. Sherman Kerschner; Revs. 
Harry D. Althouse, Silas P. Bittner. James 


Note: Addresses of ministers are given in the 
Register of Ministers, pp. 54-84. 


W. Bright, Purd E. Deitz, Dobbs F. Elil- 
man, Huber F. Klemrne, J. Kenneth Kohler, 
John Lentz, Fred C. Schweinfurth, Frank¬ 
lin I.*Slieeder, Henry I. Stahr, Robert C. 
Stanger; Messrs. Allan G. Aigler. Herbert 
W. Beutel, Carl Bosch; Mrs. Milton C. 
Lang; Miss Florence A. Partridge. 


Department of United Promotion 

Director, Rev. J. N. LeVan; Assistant 
Director, Rev. L. C. T. Miller: Field Secre¬ 
taries, Revs. Carl W. Klein, Perry L. Smith ; 
Director of Bureau of Audio-Visual Aids, 
Rev. Oscar J. Rumpf. 


Committee on Life Enlistment 

Chairman, Rev. Dale H. Moore; Revs. 
Arthur M. Krueger, Allan S. Meek, F. W. 
Schroeder, Charles W. Scliwantes; Mrs. 
Charles W. Scliwantes. 


Committee on Student Aid 

Chairman, Rev. John Lentz; Rev. E. W. 
Berlekamp, Mr. F. A. Keck; Advisory, Rev. 
L. W. Goebel. 


Committee on Vital Christian Living 

Chairman, Rev. Edward W. Brueseke; 
Revs. R. G. Beck, Edward O. Butkofsky, 
Henry S. Raab, John L. Schmidt; Messrs. 
Leonard Brecher, Adrian Miller; Mrs. 
Charles W. Scliwantes. 

Advisory members: Revs. James W. 
Bright, Purd E. Deitz, Huber F. Klemrne, 
J. Kenneth Kohler, Fred C. Schweinfurth. 
Franklin I. Sheeder, James E. Wagner; 
Miss Florence A. Partridge. 


Committee on Child Welfare 

Revs. Robert W. Olewiler, F. Nelsen 
Schlegel; Mmes. Jesse M. Mengel, Allen 
G. Wehrli; Miss Ethel A. Shellenberger. 


Commission on World Service 

Chairman, Rev. William L. Rest: Vice- 
Chairman, Rev. Franklin D. Slifer; Record¬ 
ing Secretary, Rev. Elmer J. F. Arndt; 
Treasurer, Mr. F. A. Keck; Revs. John R. 
C. Haas, Rodney Heckman, Wilmer H. 


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Long, Stephen Szabo; Messrs. Will Hof- 
meister, D. J. Snyder, Jr.; Mrs. Ruth 
Arnold Steva. 

Executive Committee: Revs. William L. 
Rest, Franklin D. Slifer, Elmer J. F. Arndt; 
Mr. F. A. Keck. 

Advisory Members: Revs. Purd E. Deitz. 
Franklin I. Sheeder, Leonard F. Todd. 
Calvin H. Wingert. 

Consultants: Revs. T. C. Braun, L. W. 
Goebel, Carl W. Klein, Henry C. Koch. J. 
N. LeVan, L. C. T. Miller, Carl E. Schneider; 
Mr. F. A. Keck; Miss Verna Niehaus. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Reginald H. 
Helfferich. 


National Defense Services Committee 

Chairman, Rev. John R. C. Haas: Secre¬ 
tary. Rev. Purd E. Deitz; Revs. Franklin 

I. Sheeder, Leonard F. Todd, Calvin H. 
Wingert. 


Committee on Chaplains 

Chairman, Rev. Calvin H. Wingert; Secre¬ 
tary. Rev. Charles Enders; Rev. Paul L. 
Althouse. 


Committee on Hymnal 

Chairman, Rev. J. P. Meyer; Secretary, 
Rev. W. Sherman Kerschner; Revs. E. 6. 
Butkofsky, Armin Haeussler, Erwin R. 
Koch, Henry I. Stahr; Mr. Richard G. 
Appel; Mrs. Lydia S. Mayer (deceased). 


Committee on Liturgies 

Chairman, Rev. Robert C. Stanger; Secre¬ 
tary. Rev. Armin Haeussler; Revs. Josias 
Friedli, Alfred N. Sayres, F. W. Schroeder. 


Committee on Pastors' Salaries 

Chairman, Rev. Willard A. Kratz; Revs. 
Silas P. Bittner, F. W. Schroeder; Mr. 
Herman Gebhardt. 


Committee on Statistical Forms 

Chairman, Rev. W. Sherman Kerschner; 
Revs. John R. C. Haas, J. N. LeVan, Gott¬ 
lieb Siegenthaler. 


Special Study Committee 

Chairman, Rev. Ben M. Herbster: Revs. 
Frederick D. Eyster, Albert G. Gonser. 
Emil N. Krafft, Oliver K. Maurer, Robert 

J. Young; Messrs. Samuel C. Bond, Jr., 
Donald L. Helfferich, Theodore A. Viehe, 
Russell W. Whitener; Mmes. Richard H. 
Denzler, Otto R. Reller. 

Advisory members: Revs. L. W. Goebel, 
James E. Wagner; Mr. John W. Mueller. 


Historical Commission 

Chairman, Rev. George W. Richards; 
Revs. Paul N. Crusius, Josias Friedli, H. S. 
von Rague, Carl E. Schneider, Don Yoder. 


Judicial Commission 

Revs. Otto C. Bassler, Walter H. Diehl, 
Oswin S. Frantz, John N. Garner, Paul F. 


Kitterer, Paul P. Press, Jr.. William L. 
Rest; Messrs. Warren C. M. Binckle.v, Karl 
Y. Donecker, Fred C. Heitkamp, Tillman 

K. Saylor, Jr., William A. Schnader. Henry 
W. Schultlieis. 


Committee on Closer Relations with 
Other Churches 

Revs. John C. Gieser, L. W. Goebel, G. W. 
Grauer, John R. C. Haas, Nevin C. Harner 
(deceased), John Lentz, James E. Wagner: 
Mr. John W. Mueller; Mrs. David D. Baker. 
Rev. George W. Richards (honorary). 


Delegates to the National Council of 
Churches 

Revs. Purd E. Deitz, Dobbs F. Elilman, 

L. W. Goebel, G. W. Grauer, Nevin C. 
Harner, F. W. Schroeder. Paul M. Schroeder, 
Fred C. Scliweinfurth, Franklin I. Sheeder. 
James E. Wagner; Messrs. John W. Mueller, 
Henry J. Schlundt; Mmes. E. Roy Corman. 
F. A. Goetsch; Misses Barbara Deitz, 
Florence A. Partridge. 


Delegates to the Alliance of Reformed 
Churches 

Revs. Purd E. Deitz, Henry W. Dink- 
meyer, Karl J. Ernst, L. W. Goebel, 
Reginald H. Helfferich, Ben M. Herbster, 
W. Sherman Kerschner, William F. Kos- 
man, Henry E. Lambrecht, John Lentz, 
J. N. LeVan, Allan S. Meek, Allen O. Miller, 
William L. Rest, F. W. Schroeder, Robert 
C. Stanger, James E. Wagner; Messrs. 
Theodore A. Distler, A. R. Keppel. .John W. 
Mueller. Rev. George W. Richards (hon¬ 
orary). 


Delegates to the World Council of Churches 

(Not yet elected when Year Book went to press.) 


BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Board of National Missions 

President, Rev. Charles Enders: First 
Vice-President, Rev. Banks J. Peeler; Sec¬ 
ond Vice-President, Mrs. Mae Friday Ash- 
brook; Recording Secretary, Rev. Samuel 
J. Schmiechen; Treasurer, General Fund, 
Mr. Maurice G. Lipson, 731 Lemcke Bldg., 
Indianapolis 4, Ind.; Treasurer, Church 
Building Fund. Mr. Oscar C. Grueninger, 
1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.; Revs. 
Detlev Baltzer, Russell D. Custer, Theodore 
Hauck, Paul R. Pontius, Theodore H. Van 
Dyck; Messrs. Roberts R. Appel, R. Paul 
Smith; Mrs. Jesse M. Mengel. 

1953: Baltzer, Grueninger, Hauck, Mengel, 
Peeler, Pontius, Smith. 

1956: Appel, Ashbrook, Custer, Enders. 
Lipson, Schmiechen, Van Dyck. 
General Secretary, Rev. Purd E. Deitz: 
Eastern Field Secretary, Rev. Ralph S. 
Weiler; Western Field Secretary, Rev. H. 
R. Gebhardt; Secretary for Town and 
Country Church, Rev. Claude J. Snyder; 
Secretary for Race Relations, Rev. Jefferson 
P. Rogers; Assistant Treasurer, Mr. O. H. 
Schliebe. 

Committee on Town and Country Church: 
Chairman, Rev. A. E. Shenberger: Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Ernest F. Nolte; Revs. Theodore 
Hauck, John S. Royer, Wm. C. Lyerly, 


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Herbert H. Wintermeyer; Mr. Charles S. 
Adams; Mrs. Fred F. Berry. 

1953: Nolte, Royer, Shenberger. 

1956: Adams, Berry, Hauck, Lyerly, Win¬ 
termeyer. 


Board of International Missions 

President, Rev. T. W. Hoernemann; First 
Vice-President. Rev. Elmer H. Hoefer; 
Second Vice-President, Rev. William C. 
Nelson; Recording Secretary, Rev. Edgar 
F. Hoffmeier; Revs. Ruben J. Bierbaum, 
Nevin C. Harner (deceased), J. Otto Reller, 
Heinrich F. J. Rest; Messrs. Fred W. 
Bickson, Paul H. Schulz; Mrs. Walter J. 
Kohl; Miss Helen M. Nott. 

1953: Bickson, Harner, Hoefer, Hoerne¬ 
mann, Hoffmeier, Nott. 

1956: Bierbaum, Kohl, Nelson, Reller, Rest, 
Schulz. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Dobbs F. Ehl- 
man; Associate Secretaries, Revs. G. H. 
Gebliardt. Theophil H. Twente; Treasurer 
and Assistant Secretary, Rev. John H. Poor- 
man. 


Board of Christian Education and 
Publication 

President, Dr. H. A. Pflug; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Reinliard Krause; Secretary, 
Rev. William J. Rupp; Treasurer. Prof. 
Martin W. Witmer, 178 Main St., Trappe, 
Collegeville, Pa.: Revs. Gerson S. Engel- 
mann, Robert T. Fauth, Ralph P. Ley, 
Theo. W. Mueller, Ernst H. Nussmann, 
Allen G. Wehrli; Mmes. Hugo Scliuessler, 
H. L. V. Shinn. 

1953: Fauth, Mueller, Pflug, Rupp, Schues- 
sler, Shinn. 

1956: Engelmann. Krause, Ley, Nussmann, 
Wehrli, Witmer. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Franklin I. 
Sheeder. 


Staff: Director of Children’s Work. Miss 
Bernice A. Buehler; Director of Youth 
Work, Mr. Henry Tani; Associate Director 
of Youth Work, Miss Ethel A. Shellen- 
berger; Director of Adult Work, Rev. Oscar 
J. Rumpf; Director of Leadership Training. 
Mr. Loren Walters; Director of Camps and 
Summer Schools, Rev. Edward L. Schliug- 
man; Director of Student Work, Rev. 
Charles W. Schwantes; Director of Publi¬ 
cations, Rev. Fred D. Wentzel; Literature 
Consultant, Miss Greta P. Hinkle; Librarian 
and Associate Editor, Miss Rose Marie 
Kniker; Editors, Rev. F. E. McQueen, Her¬ 
man C. Ahrens, Jr., Misses Marie Rose Rem¬ 
ind, Jean Louise Smith; Editor Emeritus, 
Rev. E. A. G. Hermann; Field Workers, 
Misses Irene F. Balliet, Leona Poppe. 

National Youth Cabinet: President, Don¬ 
ald Flick, 538 Fair St., Kittanning, Pa.; 
Vice-President, Mark Friedley, 430 Vollrath 
Blvd., Sheboygan, Wis.; Secretary, Kathryn 
Bachman, R. 1, Fostoria, Ohio; Treasurer. 
Richard Druckenbrod, Reinholds, Pa.; Com¬ 
mission Chairmen: Christian Faith, Janice 
Kellermeyer; Christian Action, James Tom- 
asek, Jr.; Christian Fellowship, Verna Nie- 
haus; Committee Chairmen: Camps and 
Conferences, Berdell Meiners; Promotion. 
Barbara Shelly; Finance, Richard Drucken¬ 
brod; Study, Janice Pastorius; Junior 
High, Jane Scheerer. 


Advisers: Revs. Dale E. Boyer, Arthur 
R. Detwiler, Harold C. Grunewald, Nevin 
C. Harner (deceased), Ralph P. Ley, Her¬ 
bert H. Wintermeyer; Prof. H. A. Pflug; 
Mrs. Kenneth E. Bishop; Misses Lucille 
Frost, Mildred B. Hahn. 


Board of Business Management 

President, Rev. Henry I. Stahr; Vice- 
President, Rev. Robert C. Ivienle; Secre¬ 
tary, Mr. Carl J. Bender; Treasurer, Mr. 
William C. Mingle, Aaronsburg. Pa.; Revs. 
James W. Bright, Lee M. Erdman, Nor¬ 
man C. Zulauf, Oscar H. Zwilling; Messrs. 
Edward Dirks, Jay L. Goodin, F. W. Heuer- 
mann, George W. Hummel. 

1953: Bender, Dirks, Erdman, Goodin. 

Heuermann, Stahr, Zwilling. 

1956: Bright, Hummel, Kienle, Mingle, 
Zulauf. 


Board of Pensions and Relief 

President, Rev. Orris W. Haulman; Vice- 
President, Mr. A. Calvin Frantz: Revs. 
William H. Bollman, Walter R. Grunewald, 
Henry E. Lambrecht, Walter A. Sclieer, 
Paul T. Slinghoff: Messrs. Raymond F. 
Bierbaum, Richard H. Denzler, A. Paul 
Gerhart, Donald L. Helfferich, William J. 
Klumb, Daniel H. Schultz, Harold D. Stein- 
bright. 

“E” Fund Board: Bierbaum, Grunewald, 
Lambrecht, Scheer, Bittner. 

“R” Fund Board: Bollman, Frantz, Haul- 
man, Schultz, Slinghoff. 

1953: Bierbaum, Bollman, Frantz, Lam¬ 
brecht, Schultz, Slinghoff. 

1956: Denzler, Gerhart, Grunewald. Haul- 
man. Helfferich, Klumb, Scheer, 
Steinbright. 

Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. Silas P. 
Bittner. 


Board of Investments 

Chairman, Rev. J. A. George; Vice- 
Chairman. Rev. Walter K. Klein; Secre¬ 
tary, Mr. Louis W. Fischer, 33 N. LaSalle 
St., Chicago 90, Ill.; Treasurer, Mr. Elmer 
H. Tiedemann. 211 Myrtle Ave., Elmhurst, 
Ill.; Trustee, Mr. W. M. Helz. 

1953: Fischer, George. 

1956: Helz, Klein, Tiedemann. 


The Theological Seminary, 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Members of the Corporation 

President, Mr. H. Wilson Lark: Vice- 
President, George W. Hartman, M.D.; Sec¬ 
retary, Mr. C. E. Zimmerman, Mt. Pleasant, 
Pa.; Assistant Secretary, Mr. William E. 
Alexander; Treasurer, Provident Trust Co.. 
Philadelphia, Pa.: Robert L. Schaeffer. 
M.D.; Messrs. Marshall R. Anspach, An¬ 
thony R. Appel, Victor A. Barnhart, Samuel 
E. Basehore, Reuben J. Butz, C. W. Hess. 
Thomas S. Jamison, John C. Krebs. John 
A. Kunz, D. J. Snyder, Jr., C. A. Wills. 
1952: Wills. 

1953: Alexander, Anspach, Basehore. Butz, 
Hartman, Hess, Krebs, Lark, Schaef¬ 
fer. 

1956: Appel, Barnhart, Jamison, Kunz, 
Snyder, Zimmerman. 


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Board of Visitors 

President, Rev. Floyd R. Sliafer; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Paul J. Dundore; Revs. T. A. 
Alspach, Harry D. Althouse, Albert S. 
Asendorf, Henry I. Aulenbach. Theodore 
W. Boltz, Cyrus T. Glessner, Aaron M. 
Gluck, Carl G. Haass, Oliver S. Hartman. 
Clarence T. Moyer, George L. Roth. 

1951: Alspach, Althouse, Asendorf, Aulen¬ 
bach, Dundore, Haass, Roth. Shafer. 
1952: Moyer. 

1954: Boltz. Glessner. 

1956: Gluck, Hartman. 


Board of Directors of Eden Theological 
Seminary 

Chairman. Rev. Alfred F. Alberswerth; 
Vice-Chairman, Rev. Louis W. Stolte; Sec¬ 
retary, Rev. Gerhard A. Friz; Treasurer, 
Mr. Herbert W. Ziercher, 52 S. Central 
Ave., Clayton, Mo.; Assistant Treasurer, 
Mr. E. H. Schultz. Jr.: Revs. Melvin E. 
Beck. Walter B. Leis, Reinhold Niebuhr, 
Walter A. Scheer, Theodore S. Schlundt, 
Jr., Robert C. Stanger; Mr. J. H. Land- 
wehr. 

1953: Alberswerth, Beck, Friz, Leis, Schultz, 
Stanger. Stolte, Ziercher. 

1956: Landwehr. Niebuhr, Scheer, Schlundt. 


Board of Directors of Mission House 

President, Rev. Harry W. Baumer; Vice- 
President. Rev. Edmund M. DeBuhr; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Arthur M. Krueger; Treasurer, 
Rev. Edward L. Worthman; Recording 
Secretary, Rev. Arthur H. Achtemeier; 
Revs. Arthur I. Kruetzmann, William C. 
Nelson, Walter Odenbach, Walter E. 
Scherry, Reuben J. Schroer; Messrs. Carl 
Esch, Herman Meier, E. S. Mueller. 

1953: Kruetzmann, Meier, Scherry, Schroer. 
1954: Achtemeier, DeBuhr, Esch, Odenbach. 
1956: Baumer, Mueller, Nelson, Worthman. 


Board of Directors of Elmhurst College 

Chairman, Rev. Erwin R. Koch; Vice- 
Chairman, Mr. George P. Wirth, Jr.; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Edwin J. A. Koch; Treasurer, 
Mr. Erwin J. Goebel, 732 Laurel, Wilmette, 
Ill.; Revs. Michael Baas, Edward W. Brue- 
seke, Armin Haeussler, Benjamin J. Koeh¬ 
ler, E. H. Plassmann, Samuel J. Schmiechen, 
Norman C. Zulauf; Messrs. George C. Buik, 
Paul C. Fleer. Louis H. Goebel. L. M. 
Hammerschmidt, Antone E. Hotle, Paul 
Klopsteg, Anton C. Negri, Herbert Schmidt, 
Alfred E. Studt; Mmes. Albert J. Ehlers, 
Frederick A. Goetsch. 

1954: Baas, Brueseke, Buik, Fleer, L. H. 
Goebel. Hotle, E. R. Koch, Negri, 
Plassmann, Schmidt, Schmiechen. 

1957: Ehlers. E. J. Goebel. Goetsch, Haeus¬ 
sler, Hammerschmidt, Klopsteg, E. 
J. A. Koch, Koehler, Studt. Wirth, 
Zulauf. 


Board of Trustees of Franklin and Marshall 
College 

President, Dr. Paul Kieffer; First Vice- 
President, Hon. William A. Schnader; Sec¬ 
ond Vice-President, Mr. William Shand; 
Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Donald M. Mylin; 
Assistant Secretary, Miss Myrtle M. Doner: 
Revs. E. O. Butkofsky, Lee M. Erdman, 


Paul T. Stonesifer, Scott R. Wagner; Judge 
Walter I. Anderson; Messrs. John L. Atlee, 
Jr., Charles G. Baker, Harry M. Bitner, 
John S. Cochran, John K. Evans, Frank D. 
Fackenthal, Edward T. Hager, Thomas S. 
Jamison, Paul A. Kunkel, Jr., H. Wilson 
Lark, John E. Livingood, Henry J. Mar¬ 
shall, John D. Meyer, H. W. Prentis, Jr., 
Arthur P. Scott, J. Hervey Sherts, John 
R. Simpson, J. Hale Steinman, Joseph R. 
Stine, Paul C. Wagner, Wayne C. Yeager, 
Rufus E. Zimmerman; Drs. S. G. Pontius, 
Robert L. Schaeffer. 

1952: Erdman, Marshall, Prentis, Schaeffer, 
Shand, Stonesifer. 

1953: Evans, Jamison, Sherts, Simpson, 
Steinman, S. R. Wagner, Zimmerman. 
1954: Atlee, Cochran, Kieffer, Kunkel, 
Meyer, Schnader, Stine. 

1955: Butkofsky, Baker, Hager, Pontius, 
Yeager. 

1956: Anderson, Bitner, Fackenthal. Lark, 
Livingood, Scott, P. C. Wagner. 


Board of Trustees of Heidelberg College 

Chairman, Mr. Allan G. Aigler, Vickery 
Block, Bellevue, Ohio; Vice-Chairman, Dr. 
Edson J. Brown, Schofield Building, Cleve¬ 
land, Ohio; Secretary, Rev. H. Grady Shoff- 
ner; Secretary Emeritus, Rev. A. C. Shu¬ 
man; Treasurer, Mr. Russell G. Frantz, 
Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio; Revs. C. 
A. Albright, Gerson S. Engelmann. Otto R. 
Gerber, Orris W. Haulman, T. W. Hoerne- 
inann, R. J. Loew, R. A. Luhman, H. L. V. 
Shinn, Matthew Worthman; Messrs. J. H. 
Baum, Ralph M. Besse, Melvin R. Bixler, 
Walton B. Bliss, Julius E. Bohn, Jay L. 
Goodin, Leo Kirsch, R. F. Machamer, Fred¬ 
erick M. Mayer, Jr., J. H. Meckstroth, 
George W. Merz, Dale M. Pence, John Rin- 
inger, Frank A. Seiberling. Glen O. Smith, 
Carl W. Ullman; Misses Grace M. Bareis, 
Florence A. Partridge. Emeritus members : 
Messrs. R. C. Chamberlain, George C. Kalb- 
fleisch. 

1952: Brown, Hoernemanu, Mayer, Merz, 
Pence, Shinn, Shoffner. 

1953: Albright, Bareis, Besse, Goodin, 
Loew, Partridge, Rininger, Seiber¬ 
ling, Ullman. 

1954: Baum, Bixler, Bohn, Engelmann, 
Haulman, Kirsch, Machamer. 

1955: Aigler, Bliss, Gerber, Luhman, Meck¬ 
stroth, Smith, Worthman. 


Board of Trustees of Catawba College 

President, Mr. A. L. Shuford, Jr., New¬ 
ton, N. C.; Vice-President,-; 

Secretary, Mr. Russell W. Whitener, New¬ 
ton, N. C.; Treasurer, Mr. George A. Fisher, 
Salisbury, N. C.; President of the College, 
Dr. A. R. Keppel; Members emeritus: 
Dr. Edgar Whitener. High Point, N. C., 
Dr. W. Augusta Lantz, Greensboro. N. C.; 
Revs. Harry D. Althouse, Nelson C. Brown, 
H. A. Fesperman, O. S. Frantz, A. Odell 
Leonard, J. N. LeVan, A. S. Newell, John 
C. Peeler, C. Nevin Stamm: Messrs. J. W. 
Abernethy. Herbert W. Coble, L. A. Cor- 
riher, Clifford A. Peeler, J. W. Peeler, A. 
A. Shuford, Jr., Russell H. Sides, Fred J. 
Stanback; Judge Wilson Warlick; Drs. 
Stahle Linn, Caroline McNairy, J. A. Smith. 
1952: Frantz, LeVan, Linn. C. A. Peeler. 
1953: Corriher, Fisher, J. C. Peeler, J. W. 
Peeler. 

1954: Althouse, Coble, A. L. Shuford, Jr.. 
Sides. 


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1955: McNairy, Smith, Stanback. Warlick. 
1956: Brown, Fesperman, Newell, Stamm. 
1957: Abernethy, Leonard, A. A. Shuford, 
Jr., R. W. Whitener. 


Board of Trustees of Cedar Crest College 

President, Mr. Frank M. Cressman, 230 
S. 17th St., Allentown, Pa.; Revs. Frank 
H. Blatt, LeRoy C. Brumbaugh, Gerald W. 
Dieter, Harold F. Hafer, L. Valmore Het¬ 
rick. Wm. R. Shaffer, Simon Sipple. Daniel 
J. Wetzel; Messrs. N. M. Balliet, I. E. 
Bamberger, Reuben J. Butz, J. Wendell 
Coblentz, Harvey L. Farr, Jeremy Fisher, 
Harry F. Goeringer, C. W. Hess. Richard 
Henry Klein, Harry J. Lerch. Louis P. 
Neuweiler, John A. Rupp, Harold D. Stein- 
bright: Drs. George F. Dunkelberger. 
William L. Fink, Robert L. Schaeffer. Jacob 
Tanger; Hon. William A. Schnader: Judge 
William G. Barthold: Mines. Isabella S. 
Ivneedler, Fortunetta S. Lees, Mildred B. 
Weston; Miss K. Roberta White. 

1952: Blatt, Dunkelberger. Farr, Fink, 
Hafer, Klein. Kneedler, Neuweiler, 
Rupp, Schnader. 

1953: Balliet, Bamberger, Butz, Coblentz, 
Fisher, Goeringer, Hetrick. Lees, 
White. 

1954: Barthold, Brumbaugh, Cressman. 
Hess, Lerch, Schaeffer, Sipple. Stein- 
bright, Tanger, Weston, Wetzel. 


Board of Directors of Ursinus College 

President, Dr. Harry E. Paislev. 1928 N. 
Sixth St., Philadelphia 22, Pa.; First Vice- 
President, Mr. Thomas E. Brooks, Red 
Lion, Pa.; Second Vice-President, Mr. 
Francis J. Gildner, Commonwealth Bldg., 
Allentown, Pa.; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Mr. Ralph F. Wismer, Trappe, Pa.; Revs. 
T. A. Alspach, C. Eugene Blum. Arthur 
Fretz, Henry J. Herber, W. Sherman 
Kerschner, John Lentz, James M. Niblo; 
Messrs. Charles A. Behney, Walter R. 
Douthett, Sherman Eger, Edward S. Fretz, 
Donald L. Helfferich, H. Ober Hess, Robert 
L. Johnson, John A. Kunz. Charles Lach- 
man, D. Sterling Light, Charles H. Noss, 
George E. Pfahler, William D. Reimert, 
Chester Robbins, William H. Schellhamer, 
Harold D. Steinbright, G. L. Thomas, Jr.. 
Robert R. Titus, Ernest C. Wagner; Presi¬ 
dent N. E. McClure; Mmes. Harry L. At¬ 
kinson, Edgar N. Bahney. Henry C. Henzel, 
Rhea Duryea Johnson; Miss Irene F. Laub. 
1952: Behney, Helfferich, Herber, Hess, 
R. L. Johnson, Light, Paisley, Reira- 
ert. 

1953: A. Fretz, R. D. Johnson, Laub. Titus, 
Wismer. 

1954: Eger, Gildner, Lachman, Noss, Rob¬ 
bins, Steinbright. 

1955: Alspach, Atkinson. Blum, E. S. Fretz, 
Henzel, Kerschner, Pfahler, Schell¬ 
hamer. 

1956: Bahney, Brooks, Douthett, Kunz. 
Lentz, McClure, Niblo, Thomas. Wag¬ 
ner. 


Board of Trustees of Hood College 

President, Mr. R. Paul Smith, c/o Potomac 
Edison Co., Hagerstown, Md.; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Mr. James H. Gambrill, Jr.; Secre¬ 
tary, Miss Catherine A. Thomas, Hood Col¬ 
lege, Frederick, Md.: Treasurer. Mr. J. 
Harold Hooper, Hood College, Frederick. 


Md.; President of the College, Dr. Andrew 
G. Truxal; Revs. Paul L. Altliouse, Elmer 
G. Homrigliausen, Henri L. G. Ivieffer; 
Messrs. G. Hunter Bowers, Edward Cob¬ 
lentz, Andrew K. Coffman. William T. 
Delaplaine, J. Russell Hostetter, James 
Hughes. John D. Meyer, John C. Motter, 
Joseph H. Neff, James II. Rogers, Arthur 
P. Scott, Guy E. Snavely, Clyde E. Thomas. 
Allan R. Warehime, Rufus E. Zimmerman; 
Drs. Walter H. Obold, Charles William 
Smith; Mmes. John T. King, Edgar H. 
McBride, Marilyn W. Miller, James Reid, 
Harry Yeide, Clifford M. Yinger; Miss 
Bertha McCall. 

1952: Coblentz, Kieffer, Motter, Snavely. 
1953: King, Hostetter, McCall, C. W. Smith, 
Y T inger. 

1954: Coffman, Obold, Zimmerman. 

1955: Homrigliausen, Meyer, Neff. Reid, 
Yeide. 

1956: G. H. Bowers, Gambrill. Hughes, 
Rogers, Scott, Warehime. 

1957: Altliouse, Delaplaine, McBride, Miller, 
R. 1*. Smith, Thomas. 


Board of Regents of Mercersburg 
Academy 

President, Dr. Earl L. Douglass; Vice- 
President, Vice-Admiral Joel T. Boone: 
Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. C. M. Yeakle: 
Drs. A. R. Keppel, John P. McComb, Hobart 
D. McKeehan, Paul H. Musser, Irvin A. 
Raubenhold, Alexander Stewart, E. P. 
Thomas, Scott R. Wagner; Messrs. J. M. 
Drumm, Junius P. Fishburn, W. H. Fisher, 
L. Vinton Hershey, Hans W. Nolde, D. A. 
Stickell, Harry E. Stone, Henry B. Swoope, 
Jr., Charles Robert Todd, Ernest T. Trigg, 
Wm. C. E. Wagner; Judges Harvey C. 
Bickel, John G. Detwiler, William B. 
Rodgers. 

1952: Boone. Fishburn, Fisher, Hershey, 
Swoope, Todd, S. R. Wagner, W. C. 
E. Wagner. 

1953: Detwiler, Drumm, Keppel, Musser. 

Stewart, Stickell, Stone, Trigg. 

1954: Bickel, Douglass, McComb, McKeehan. 
Nolde, Raubenhold, Rodgers, Thomas. 


Board of Trustees of Massanutten 
Academy 

President, Rev. A. M. Gluck: Vice- 
President, Mr. R. Paul Smith; Secretary, 
Mr. J. J. Sperry; Treasurer, Mr. B. Wag¬ 
ner; Revs. Allan S. Meek, F. Nelsen 
Schlegel; Messrs. John S. Cole, C. Vernon 
Eddy, Howard Merrill, E. W. Newman, 
Charles H. Noss, Harold Ruttenberg, John 
Saylor, Henry J. Seibert, Howard K. Stick¬ 
ell. C. O. W’ood; Headmaster, H. J. Bench- 
off. 

1951: Gluck, Merrill, Newman, Seibert, 

Smith. 

1952: Cole. Noss, Ruttenberg, Sperry, 

Wood. 

1953: Eddy, Meek, Saylor, Schlegel, Stickell. 


Commission on Evangelism 

Chairman, Rev. Arnold E. Ivlick: Vice- 
Chairman, Rev. John A. Biegeleisen; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Reuben J. Schroer; Treasurer, 
Mr. Arthur W. Meyer, 4055 Nelson St., 
Chicago 41. Ill.; Revs. A. Odell Leonard. 


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A. Augustus Welsh; Messrs. Edwin G. 
Eilers, Joel B. Francis, Edwin J. Fromm. 
1953: Biegeleisen. Francis, Fromm, Leonard. 
1956: Eilers, Klick, Meyer, Schroer. Welsh. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Fred C. 
Schweinfurth. 


Commission on Christian Social Action 

Chairman, Rev. Elmer J. F. Arndt; Vice- 
Chairman, Rev. Willard A. Kratz: Secre¬ 
tary-Treasurer. Rev. Charles D. Spotts; 
Revs. Robert D. Brodt, Walter S. Press. 
F. Nelsen Schlegel, Jerome A. Wenner; 
Messrs. William Akos, Harold A. Royer. 
H. W. Ruter, John P. Saylor; Mrs. William 
Thiedt. 

1953: Akos, Royer, Ruter, Schlegel, Spotts, 
Wenner. 

1956: Arndt, Brodt, Kratz, Press. Saylor. 
Thiedt. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Huber F. 
Klemme; Associate Secretary, Rev. Jeffer¬ 
son P. Rogers. 


Commission on Higher Education 

President, Rev. William R. Shaffer; Vice- 
President, Rev. Arthur W. Newell; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Dale H. Moore; Revs. Waldo 
Berlekamp, A. M. Billman, Erwin H. Bode, 
Alfred L. Creager, Harvey A. Fesperman, 
Armin Haeussler, Karl H. Meyer, Franklin 
I. Sheeder, Carl F. Sturm, Jr., Frank W. 
Teske, Daniel J. Wetzel; the presidents of 
the educational institutions. 

1953: Berlekamp, Billman, Meyer, Shaffer, 
Sturm, Teske. 

1956: Bode, Creager. Fesperman, Haeussler, 
Newell, Wetzel. 


Commission on Benevolent Institutions 

President, Rev. Carl C. Rasche: Vice- 
President, Rev. Lee W. Rockwell: Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Carl J. Scherzer; Treasurer. 
Rev. Ray S. Vandevere; Revs. Joseph A. 
George, Paul Niedermeyer, John G. Ruhl, 
F. H. Rupnow; Mr. Walter Meek; Mrs. G. 
C. Fretz; Representative of Old People’s 
Homes. Rev. F. J. Langhorst; Representa¬ 
tive of Hospitals, Dr. Joseph A. George; 
Representative of Children’s Homes, Rev. 
Morris H. Cooper. 

1953: Fretz, Rupnow. 

1956: Meek, Niedermeyer. 

Board of Directors of Emmaus Institu¬ 
tions: Rev. Theo. F. Schumacher (1953). 


Commission on Stewardship 

Chairman, Rev. Paul E. Strauch; Vice- 
Chairman, Mr. Loren Walters; Recording 
Secretary, Mrs. John B. Frantz; Treasurer. 
Mr. Henry J. Sehlundt; Revs. Walter Kleff- 
man, Roy W. Limbert, Hilmer E. J. Neu¬ 
mann. Robert J. Young; Messrs. Roy 
Flinchbaugh. Paul M. Wack; Mrs. Milton 
C. Lang; Miss Janice Kellermeyer. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. James W. 
Bright. 

1952: Kellermeyer, Wack. 

1953: Flinchbaugh, Frantz, Lang, Limbert, 
Neumann, Walters. 

1956: Kleffman. Sehlundt, Strauch. Young. 


Churchmen’s Brotherhood 

President, Paul M. Wack, Hatfield, Pa.; 
First Vice-President, John T. Fesperman, 
204 West Main St., Kannapolis, N. C.; Sec¬ 
ond Vice-President, Edwin J. Fromm, 1401 
Prospect Ave., Wausau, Wis.; Secretary, 
William E. Hitchcock, 14204 Savannah Ave., 
Cleveland 12, Ohio; Treasurer, Val Henrich, 
3061 N. 25th St.. Milwaukee 6, Wis.; Revs. 
F. G. Brune, Albert G. Ivautz, Frank A. 
Rosenberger; Messrs. Victor Barth. Robert 
T. Johnson, H. Vornholt. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. J. Kenneth 
Kohler. 

1952: Ivautz, Vornholt, and all officers. 
1953: Brune, Johnson. 

1956: Barth, Rosenberger. 


Women’s Guild 

President, Mrs. E. Roy Corman, 909 
Rebecca Ave., Pittsburgh 21, Pa.; First 
Vice-President, Mrs. V. J. Bartell, 5020 La 
Fontaine Ave., Detroit 24, Mich.; Second 
Vice-President, Mrs. Guy A. Benchoff. 
Woodstock, Va.; Third Vice-President, 
Mrs. P. H. Lane, 8218 Plum St., New Or¬ 
leans 18, La.; Fourth Vice-President, Mrs. 
Banks J. Peeler, 141 W. First Ave., Lex¬ 
ington, N. C.; Secretary, Mrs. A. R. Acli- 
temeier, Box 40, Monticello, Wis.: Treas¬ 
urer, Miss Frances Kapitzky, Strasburg, 
Ohio. Members elected by the General 
Synod: Mmes. Arthur Meyer, 4055 Nelson, 
Chicago 41, Ill., George Stoler, 236 N. Duke 
St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Departmental Chairmen: Christian Citi¬ 
zenship, Mrs. Ralph L. Holland, 4266 Bow¬ 
man Ave., Indianapolis 2, Ind.; Education, 
Mrs. Allen G. Wehrli, 114 Park Road, Web¬ 
ster Groves 19, Mo.; Membership, Mrs. 
Clair V. Rhodes, 195 Roslyn St., Philadel¬ 
phia 20, Pa.; Missionary, Mrs. David D. 
Baker, 7818 Grove Ave., Webster Groves 19. 
Mo.; Social Service, Mrs. Ruth Arnold 
Steva, R.R. 2, St. Marys, Ohio; Spiritual 
Life, Mrs. Richard Rettig, 1018 Stanford 
Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Stewardship, Mrs. 
John B. Frantz, 1028 Belleview Ave., Potts- 
town, Pa.; Thank Offering, Mrs. Fred F. 
Berry, Box 96, Wood River, Ill. 

1953: All except the two representatives of 
the Church. 

1956: Meyer, Stoler. 

Staff: Executive Secretary, Miss Florence 
A. Partridge; Secretary of Literature and 
Publications, Miss Bernice Burroughs; Sec¬ 
retaries of Promotion and Field Work, Miss 
Ruth T. Landis, Miss Louise Auchenbacli. 

All of the staff are at the headquarters 
office, 2969 W. 25th St., Cleveland 13, Ohio. 


Cooperative Council of Missionary 
Education 

President, Rev. Dobbs F. Ehlrnan: Secre¬ 
tary-Treasurer, Rev. Purd E. Deitz: Revs. 
Franklin I. Sheeder, J. Kenneth Kohler; 
Miss Florence A. Partridge. 

Director, Rev. Gilbert W. Schroer. 


Editors of the Church Papers 

The Messenger, Rev. Theodore C. Braun; 
Rev. Elmer F. Ansley (Asst. Ed.) ; Der 
Friedensbote, Rev. Otto Press; Reforma- 
tusok Lapja, Rev. Alexander Toth. 


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Ordinations 


Ordination is the last solemn act by which the Church bestows upon appli¬ 
cants the full rights of privileges of Christian ministers. Applicants must be 
at least twenty-one years of age. They may be ordained in the congregations 
of which they are members. The Committee on Ordination shall be appointed 
by the president of the Synod of which the applicant is a member. Only or¬ 
dained ministers shall serve in the act of ordination. 

Ordination is usually dependent upon a call from a charge, but, with the 
approval of the President of the Church, a Synod may ordain applicants when, 
in the judgment of the Board of Examiners of the Synod, the nature of their 
work justifies ordination. 

The following record of Ordinations includes all those that were officially 
reported to the Office of the Secretary of the Church either by the officiating 
committees or by the presidents of the Synods. They cover the period ending 
August 10, 1951. It happens every year that some ordinations are not reported 
in time to be included, with the result that the editors are sometimes censured 
without reason. 

Ministers are again reminded that the figures appearing in connection with 
their names in the Register of Ministers indicate the year of ORDINATION and 
not the year of GRADUATION from a seminary. In a number of instances these 
years are not identical. 


June, 1950 

25 Rev. Mary Edith Williams in Salem 
Church, Weatherly, Pa. 

25 Rev. Philip E. Williams in Salem 
Church, Weatherly, Pa. 


August, 1950 

27 Rev. Arthur W. Papenmeier in Zion 
Church, Lippe, near Mt. Vernon, 
Ind. 

27 Rev. Frederick T. Schumacher in 
Salem Church, Huntingburg, 
Ind. 


September, 1950 

3 Rev. Robert A. Roggenkamp in 
Lynnhurst Church, Louisville, 
Ky. 

10 Rev. David S. Noss in St. Peter’s 
Church, Lancaster, Pa. 

17 Rev. Carl A. Renter in First 
Church, Detroit, Mich. 

17 Rev. Louis A. Riesch in St. John’s 
Church, Slinger, Wis. 


October, 1950 

15 Rev. Walter F. Kuentzel in St. 
Paul’s Church, Town Russel, 
Elkhart Lake, Wis. 


February, 1951 

9 Rev. Edmund Kuppinger at Lyman, 
Neb. 

11 Rev. Don Yoder, Ph.D., in St. 
Peter’s Church, Lancaster, Pa. 


May, 1951 

27 Rev. Robert W. Delp in Trinity 
Church, Concord, N. C. 

27 Rev. H. Stanley Dunn in St. Peter’s 
Church, Lancaster, Pa. 

27 Rev. Charles F. Kriete in Salem 
Church, Louisville, Ky. 

27 Rev. Glenn E. Schultz in Grace 
Church, Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

27 Rev. Lloyd E. Sechriest in Heidel¬ 
berg Church, Thomasville, N. C. 

29 Rev. Charles W. Sigler in Christ 
Church, Hagerstown, Md. 


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June, 1951 

3 Rev. William H. Anderman, Jr., in 
St. Paul's Church, Utica, Md. 

3 Rev. Nevin H. Feather in St. Mark’s 
Union Church, King, Pa. 

3 Rev. J. Richard Glatfelter in St. 
Stephen’s Church, York, Pa. 

3 Rev. Ray L. Harwick in First 
Church, Lancaster, Pa. 

3 Rev. Earlin H. Lutz in Zion 
(Stone) Church, Snyders, Pa. 

3 Rev. Francis X. Pirazzini in Christ 
Church, The Bronx, New York 

3 Rev. Roy R. Schmid in Salem 
Church, Columbia, Pa. 

3 Rev. I. Kenneth Shreiner in First 
Church, Lancaster, Pa. 

10 Rev. George E. Behrens in Imman¬ 
uel Church, Milwaukee, Wis. 

10 Rev. Lawrence L. Felton in Trinity 
Church, Philadelphia, Pa. 

10 Rev. Leroy E. Franz in Ebenezer 
Church, Sheboygan, Wis. 

10 Rev. Mervin S. Gerhart in St. 
James Church, West Reading, 
Pa. 

10 Rev. Robert A. Haas in St. John’s 
(Miller’s) Church, Laury’s, Pa. 

10 Rev. Melvin F. Ludwig in St. Paul’s 
Church, Evansville, Ind. 

10 Rev. Robert A. Marquardt in Grace 
Church, Milwaukee, Wis. 

10 Rev. Charles Richard Masters in 
Christ Church, Cavetown, Md. 

10 Rev. Harvey G. Schlichter in Trin¬ 
ity Church, Philadelphia, Pa. 

10 Rev. Eugene W. Schupp in St. 
Paul’s Church, Pilot Grove, Mo. 

10 Rev. George H. Yoder in Zwingli 
Church, Souderton, Pa. 

10 Rev. John E. Winter in Christ 
Church, Alexandria, Pa. 

10 Rev. Paul A. Wobus, II in St. John 
Church, Manchester, Mo. 

17 Rev. Donald J. W. Burkhalter in 
St. John’s Church, Florence, Mo. 

17 Rev. Gerald M. Bock in St. Peter’s 
Church, Tripoli, Iowa 


Rev. Edward S. DeChant in Trinity 
Church, Skippack, Pa. 

Rev. Laurin E. Detwiler in Grace 
Church, Columbiana, Ohio 

Rev. Elver H. Hoefer in St. Peter’s 
Church, Elmhurst, Ill. 

Rev. William A. Huenemann in 
Ebenezer Church, Sheboygan, 
Wis. 

Rev. Homer J. Kcpke in Bethany 
Church, Cleveland, Ohio 

Rev. David C. Mark in Christ 
Church, Hagerstown, Md. 

Rev. Harry B. Reiners in Peace 
Church, St. Paul, Minn. 

Rev. Robert F. Richter, Jr. in 
Immanuel Church, Ellinwood, 
Kans. 

Rev. Edwin M. Schaefer in Jackson 
Ave. Church, New Orelans, La. 

Rev. Thomas A. Whitcomb in Cal¬ 
vary Church, Overland, Mo. 

Rev. Elmer W. Beining in St. 
Luke’s Church, Wellington, Mo. 

Rev. Harley A. P. Krieger in Fried- 
ens Church, New Ulm, Minn. 

Rev. Arthur S. Kosliewa in West 
Louisville Church, Louisville, 
Ky. 

Rev. Norman H. Rahmoeller in 
Zicn Church. Mt. Vernon, Mo. 


July, 1951 

Rev. Martin Waidmann in Imman¬ 
uel Church, East St. Louis, Ill. 

Rev. H. Wayne Peck in First 
Church, Greensboro, N. C. 

Rev. William K. Laurie in Grace 
Church, Jeannette, Pa. 

Rev. Richard E. Wentz in Jacob’s 
Church, Weissport, Pa. 

Rev. Daniel B. Thompson in Trinity 
Church, Waynesboro, Pa. 


August, 1951 

Rev. Keene R. Lebold in St. John’s 
Church, Bolivar, Ohio 


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Golden Anniversary Honor Roll 

Ministers Who Have Been Ordained Half a Century or More 


ORDAINED in 1879: Christian 
Fischer, Elkhart, Ind. 

1883: Charles W. Levan, Walkers- 
ville, Md. 

1884: John C. Schaaf, Youngstown, 
Ohio. 

1885: John H. Albright, R. 4, Salem, 
Ohio. 

1886: Paul Branke, Hollywood, 

Calif.; Henry Juergens, Cleveland, 
Ohio; C. A. Koenig, Arlington Heights, 
Ill. 

1887: Oscar Guthe, Richmond, Va.; 
Herman Tietke, La Grange, Ill. 

1888: Karl Buff, R. 1, Harvard, Ill.; 
E. U. Hafermann, Blue Springs, Mo.; 
George Kern, Wynnewood, Pa.; Adolf 
Mallick, Hinsdale, Ill.; Karl Pleger, 
St. Louis, Mo.; Paul E. Repke, Ke- 
wanee, Ill. 

1889: George Bohn, Muskegon, 

Mich.; F. L. Dorn, Altadena, Calif.; H. 
Greuter. Slinger, Wis.; Richard C. F. 
Schiedt, Lancaster, Pa. 

1890: D. Buchmueller, Newton, 

Kans.; George A. Godduhn, Great 
Notch, N. J.; John Goebel, Kankakee, 
Ill.; Irvin W. Hendricks, Chambers- 
burg, Pa.; George W. Richards, Lan¬ 
caster, Pa.; U. 0. Silvius, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; Wm. Vollbrecht, Daly City, Calif.; 
Elmer E. Weller, San Pedro, Calif. 

1891: J. Abele, Blue Springs, Mo.; 
Irvin M. Beaver, Reading, Pa.; Henry 
A. I. Benner, Quakertown, Pa.; Otto 
W. Breuhaus, Lowell, Ohio; Karl 
Brunn, Blue Springs, Mo.; K. Friebe, 
Brighton, Ill.; E. G. Heess, St. Louis, 
Mo.; J. H. Horstmann. Maplewood, Mo. 

1892: Albert B. Bauman, Zwingle, 
Iowa; E. John Fleer, Milwaukee, Wis.; 
George W. Goebel, Elmhurst, Ill.; Wm. 
A. Korn, Lancaster, Pa.; Wm. H. Lahr, 
Bluffton, Ohio; Paul H. Land, New 
York, N. Y.; Ernst L. Mueller, Clay¬ 
ton, Mo.; Frederick A. Rupley, Lewis- 
town, Pa.; Charles E. Schaeffer, Phila¬ 
delphia, Pa.; Samuel P. Stauffer, Phil¬ 
adelphia, Pa.; John J. Vogt, Skanee, 
Mich. 

1893: Chr. Bendigkeit, Blue Springs, 
Mo.; Frederick H. Diehm, Cleveland, 
Ohio; Lawrence S. Faust, Racine, 
Wis.; Franklin H. Fisher, Philadel¬ 
phia, Pa.; John Fontana, Chelsea, 


Mich.; Bruce Griffith, Wichita, Kans.; 
Wm. G. Lienkaemper, Portland, Ore¬ 
gon; Homer S. May, Lancaster, Pa.; 
Eugene L. McLean, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; Marsby J. Roth, Hanover, Pa.; 
Theophilus Schildknecht, Milwaukee, 
Wis.; Karl L. Schneider, Independ¬ 
ence, Mo.; Albert A. Schoen, Dexter, 
Mich.; Theodore J. Storck, Burling¬ 
ton, Iowa. 

1894: W. Breitenbach, Detroit, 

Mich.; Charles W. Brugh, Tiffin, Ohio; 
F. W. A. Eiermann, North Little Rock, 
Ark.; Frank L. Kerr, New Kensing¬ 
ton, Pa.; Wm. H. Loose, Selinsgrove, 
Pa.; Scott V. Rohrbaugh, Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio; Herman Specht, St. Louis, 
Mo.; K. Otis Spessard, Annville, Pa.; 

C. G. Stanger, Elmhurst, Ill.; Adam 
Woth, Casper, Wyo. 

1895: F. Wm. Bauer, Syracuse, N. 
Y.; Louis Birnstengel, Cannelton, 
Ind.; Christian Emigholz, Weimar, 
Texas; W. Fischer, Wayne, Nebr.; 
Hiram Hillegas, Lancaster, Pa.; Fred¬ 
erick W. Hoffman, North Canton, 
Ohio; Ernst G. Krampe, Plymouth, 
Wis.; Frederick G. Ludwig, Milwau¬ 
kee, Wis.; Carl H. Nagel, Schofield, 
Wis.; Elmer S. Noll, Schuylkill Haven, 
Pa. 

1896: Frederick W. Bald, Detroit, 
Mich.; M. N. George, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa.; Theo. L. Haas, Evansville, Ind.; 
William Howe, Detroit, Mich.; Edward 
0. Keen, York, Pa.; H. M. J. Klein, 
Lancaster, Pa.; Karl J. Mueller, St. 
Paul, Minn.; J. M. Munz, Eyota, Minn.; 
Samuel D. Press, Clayton, Mo.; Jul. 
Reichert, Blue Springs, Mo.; Charles 

D. Shaffer, San Mar, Boonsboro, Md.; 
George H. Sieveking, St. Louis, Mo.; 
William F. Simon, St. Louis, Mo.; 
Edward C. Stuebi, Holyoke, Mass.; 
Harvey A. Welker, Burlington, N. C. 

1897: John L. Barnhart, Baltimore 
15, Md.; Theo. P. Bolliger, Coral Ridge, 
Ky.; William H. Brong, Pen Argyl, Pa.; 
Otto J. Engelmann, Storm Lake, Iowa; 
Harry H. Hartman, Royersford, Pa.; 
Theodore C. Hesson, St. Johns, Pa.; 
W. J. Hillman, Bakersfield, Calif.; R. 
Raymond Jones, Landisburg, Pa.; 
Louis J. Kling, Three Oaks, Mich.; 
Clemont D. Kressley, Allentown, Pa.; 
Franklin H. Moyer, Allentown, Pa.; 
Charles H. Riedesel, Norfolk, R. D. 1, 


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Nebr.; Maurice Samson, Philadelphia 
41, Pa.; Theodore Schlundt, Sr., Wa- 
verly, R. D. 2, Ohio; J. Rauch Stein, 
Harrisburg, Pa.; R. Uhlhorn, Mans¬ 
field, R. D. 1, Texas. 

1898: Paul H. Bourquin, Cleveland, 
Ohio; Arthur V. Casselman, Reading, 
Pa.; Albert Dettmann, San Francisco, 
Calif.; K. Freytag, Chicago, Ill.; Fred¬ 
erick A. Giese, Towson, Md.; George W. 
Hartman, Ludlowville, N. Y.; Carl F. 
Heyl, Cleveland, Ohio; Edward C. 
Klotz, East Cleveland, Ohio; F. A. 
Meusch, Burlington, Iowa; Carl J. 
Raase, Blue Springs, Mo.; Daniel E. 
Schaeffer, Allentown, Pa.; Frederick C. 
Seitz, Allentown, Pa.; Harvey S. Stoner, 
Massillon, Ohio; Victor J. Tingler, 
Meadville, Pa.,* Edwin H. Vornholt, 
Stevens Point, Wis.; Calvin P. Wehr, 
Salisbury, N. C.; William B. Witten¬ 
berg, Garner, Iowa; M. F. Zutz, Cin¬ 
cinnati, Ohio. 

1899: John K. Adam, Bloomsburg, 
Pa.; H. L. Breitenbach, 228 Stedman 
PI., Monrovia, Calif.; C. A. J. Buck, 
Venedy, Ill.; Charles E. Correll, Hazle¬ 
ton, Pa.; William S. Fisher, Delmont, 
Pa.; Alfred Grether, Holgate, Ohio; 
John A. Hoefer, St. Louis, Mo.; Henry 
C. Huebschmann, Cincinnati, Ohio; 
Richard W. Jungfer, Bloomfield, N. J.; 
S. Lefton, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Charles 
Meyer, St. Louis, Mo.; G. Mornhinweg, 
New Braunfels, Texas; Paul Pfeiffer, 
Springfield, Ohio; A. D. Rahn, Lamar, 
Ind.; George A. Stauffer, Lancaster, 
Pa.; Arthur C. Thompson, Saxton, Pa.; 
George R. Ulrich, Amazonia, Mo.; 
Charles Warber, Tacoma, Wash.; J. 
Wulfmann, Mt. Clemens, Mich. 


1900: W. S. Adams, Uniontown, 
Ohio; John P. Dieffenderfer, Easton, 
Pa.; Allen K. Faust, Allentown, Pa.; 
Frederick Frankenfeld, Emmaus Home, 
St. Charles, Mo.; Josias Friedli, Plym¬ 
outh, Wis.; Theo. P. Frohne, Milwaukee, 
Wis.; August E. Hammann, Elkhart 
Lake, Wis.; Caleb Hauser, Sheboygan, 
Wis.; C. R. Hempel, Belleville, Ill.; 
Hans Horny, Grosse Pointe Park, 
Mich.; Conrad Iffert, St. Joseph, Mo.; 
William Jung, Okawville, Ill.; H. 
Nevin Kerst, Canton, Ohio; John 0. 
Reagle, Mt. Bethel, Pa.; Charles B. 
Rebert, Littlestown, Pa.; A. Calvin 
Renoll, Hanover, Pa.; Solomon I. 
Royer, Tiffin, Ohio; Reinhold Schmie- 
chen, St. Louis, Mo.; F. D. Schueler, 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Herman S. Shelley, 
Lancaster, Pa.; Scott R. Wagner, Ha¬ 
gerstown, Md. 

1901: W. H. Aufderliaar, San An¬ 
tonio, Texas; H. L. Barth, Milwaukee, 
Wis.; Emil Beier, Blue Springs, Mo.; 
Charles F. Brandt, Baltimore, Md.; 
Paul Buchmueller, Minonk, Ill.; Wil¬ 
liam J. Cramm, Denver, Colo.; George 
S. Gerhold, Champaign, Ill.; George 
Grether, R. 1, Germantown, Wis.; 
Charles R. Hartman, Harrisburg, Pa.; 
John S. Heffner, Marysville, Pa.; Theo¬ 
dore H. Hoefer, Higginsville, Mo.; 
Frederick Hoffman, Cleveland, Ohio; 
Theodore Irion, Oshkosh, Wis.; George 
W. Kerstetter, Hagerstown, Md.; Fr. 
C. Kuether, Sr., Middletown, Ohio; Al¬ 
bert F. Nace, Decatur Ga.; Karl Pfeif¬ 
fer, Ashland, Ore.; George M. Poth, 
St. Louis, Mo.; John Sommerlatte, 
Cleveland, Ohio; John Strauss, San 
Antonio, Texas; Adolphus W. Von 
Kaske, Corriganville, Md. 


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Names and Stations of Missionaries 

of the Evangelical and Reformed Church 

The following lists contain the names and addresses of the missionaries 
representing the Church in our seven stations, viz., Africa, China, Honduras, 
India, Iraq, Japan, and South America. A comparison with, the lists shown last 
year reveals that a number of those who were under appointment then are now 
on the frontier making their contribution to the work in no uncertain way. 
This evidences progress which is most encouraging to the leaders as well as to 
the home Church. The names of those who are now preparing themselves for 
life service abroad are also given. 

The post office addresses of the ordained ministers as well as of the 
appointees will be found in the Register of Ministers in this edition of the 
Year Book. The names in italics after the post office addresses of lay mission¬ 
aries represent the Stations at which they are working. These names are not 
part of the post office addresses. Such addresses of missionaries home on 
furlough as were known at the time of going to press are given in the Register 
of Ministers. 


Year of 

Arrival Name Residence 

AFRICA 

1946 Rev. and Mrs. Eugene E. Grau, 

M.A.Amedzofe 

1948 Miss Esther May Reimold,* R. 2, 

Fredonia, Pa. Amedzofe 

1949 Rev. and Mrs. Walter P. Trost.Ho 

1951 Dr. and Mrs. Christfried R. 
Doering (M.D.), c/o American Mis¬ 
sion, Ho, British Togoland, Gold 
Coast, W. Africa . Worawora 


CHINA 

1911 Rev. Ward Hartman.Hong Kong 

1911 Mrs. Ward Hartman,* 517 Cherry 
St., Gabon, Ohio . Yoyang 

1914 Rev. Karl H. Beck .Yuanling 

1911 Mrs. Karl H. Beck,* 4215 Cleve¬ 
land Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo. Yuanling 

1914 Miss Mary E. Myers, R.N.,* 17 
Linden Ave., Hanover, Pa. Yuanling 

1919 Rev. and Mrs. George R. Snyder, 
M.A., D.D.* .Yuanling 

1924 Rev. and Mrs. Paul Y. Taylor, 
Ph.D., D.D.* .Wuchang 

1936 Miss Lucile C. Hartman, M.R.E., 

1 Upper Albert Rd., Hong Kong. Yuanling 

1946 Rev. and Mrs. Sterling H. 

Whitener* .Wuchang 

1947 Rev. and Mrs. William H. 

Daniels* .Yuanling 

On leave of absence 

1917 Miss Minerva S. Weil, c/o Hoffman 
Orphanage, R. 1, Littlestown, Pa. 


* On furlough. 


Year of 

Arrival Name Residence 

HONDURAS 

1921 Rev. and Mrs. Harold N. Auler, 

Sr.San Pedro Sula 

1921 Miss Anna D. Bechtold, Apartado 
17, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Cen¬ 
tral America . San Pedro Sula 

1923 Miss Elise Goepfarth Vargas,* 

1403 Confederate Ave., Richmond, 

Ya. San Pedro Sula 

1924 Miss Louise Vordenberg,* 1045 
Purcell Ave., Cincinnati 5. Ohio 

.. San Pedro Sula 

1924 Miss Bertha Scheldt,* 327 S. Tyler 
St., Van Wert, Ohio . San Pedro Sula 

1927 Rev. and Mrs. Walter H. Herrscher 
.Pinalejo 

1937 Rev. and Mrs. Elmer H. Gumper* 
.San Pedro Sula 

1941 Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Riedesel 
.Progreso 

1945 Rev. and Mrs. Harold N. Auler, 

Jr.Yoro 

1946 Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Auler 
(M.D.) ,* c/o Healthwin Hospital, 
South Bend, Indiana. .Concepcion del Norte 

1947 Sister Rosadel Albert, R.N.,* 5150 
Oakland Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo. 
. Concepcion del Norte 

1949 Miss Louise May Filger, Apartado 
17, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Cen¬ 
tral America. San Pedro Sula 


INDIA 

1912 Rev. and Mrs. (1922) H. A. Feiera- 
bend, D.D.Khariar 

1912 Rev. and Mrs. (1916) J. C. Koenig, 

M.A.Prakashpur 


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Name 


Name 


Residence 


Year of 

Arrival 


Year of 
Residence Arrival 


1913 Rev. and Mrs. (1946) Theodore C. 
Seybold, D.D.Raipur 

1921 Rev. and Mrs. Armin F. Meyer 
.Parsabhader 

1925 Rev. and Mrs. Emil W. Menzel, 

M.A.Raipur 

1925 Miss Hedwig Schaeffer, Raipur, 

Middle Provinces, India . Raipur 

1926 Rev. and Mrs. William Baur* 
.Baitalpur 

1926 Sister Minnie Gadt, R.N., Baital- 
pur. B.N.Ry., Drug District, Middle 
Provinces, India . Baitalpur 

1929 Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Whitcomb 

(M.D.), Tilda, B.N.Ry., Raipur Dis¬ 
trict, Middle Provinces, India . Tilda 

1930 Miss M. Magdalene Kroehler, R.N., 
Baitalpur, Drug District, via Bhata- 
para, B.N.Ry., Middle Provinces, India 

. Baitalpur 

1931 Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Gass (M.D.), 
Christian Medical College, Vellore, 
Madras Presidency, South India.. Vellore 

1935 Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Essebag- 


gers .Raipur 

1939 Miss Naomi Blalock, Mahasamund, 
Middle Provinces, India . Mahasamund 


1946 Rev. and Mrs. Philip C. Fischer 
.Khariar 

1946 Rev. and Mrs. Otto F. Artopoeus 
.Baitalpur 

1947 Miss Ruth Hofsteter, M.N., Tilda, 

Raipur District, Middle Provinces, 
India . Tilda 

1949 Miss Lela Wasser, P.O. Ambob- 

hana, District Sambalpur, Orissa, 
India . Prakashpur 

1950 Mr. and Mrs. William K. Whit¬ 

comb, Tilda, B.N.Ry., Raipur Dis¬ 
trict, Middle Provinces, India . Tilda 

Under appointment 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Feierabend, 

E. and R. Church Center, North 48th 
St., Belleville, Ill. 

Rev. Arthur Albert Von Gruenigen, 

R. 3, Tiffin, Ohio 


1907 Miss Lydia A. Lindsey,* c/o Bd. of 
International Missions, 905 Schaff 
Bldg., 1505 Race St., Phila. 2, Pa.. .Sendai 

1911 Rev and Mrs. Carl D. Kriete, 

D.D.Tokyo 

1913 Miss Gertrude B. Hoy, M.A., 61 

Kozenjidori, Sendai, Miyagi Pref., 
Honshu, Japan . Sendai 

1914 Mrs. Alfred Ankeney, 60 Kozen¬ 

jidori, Sendai, Miyagi Pref., Honshu, 
Japan . Sendai 

1916 Mrs. F. B. Nicodemus, 69 Ivata- 
hiracho, Sendai, Miyagi Pref., Honshu, 
Japan . Sendai 

1928 Mr. and Mrs. (1921) Robert H. 

Gerhard, Ph.D.,* c/o Bd. of Interna¬ 
tional Missions, 905 Schaff Bldg., 1505 
Race St., Phila. 2, Pa. Sendai 

1930 Mr. and Mrs. (1928) Carl S. Sipple, 
M.A., 6 Minami Rokkencho, Sendai, 
Miyagi Ken, Honshu, Japan . Sendai 

1947 Rev. and Mrs. Paul R. Gregory 
.Morioka 

1948 Rev. C. William Mensendiek*. .Sendai 

1948 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lammers,* 
Oberlin Theological Seminary, Ober- 
lin, Ohio . Sendai 

1948 Rev. and Mrs. Herbert J. Beecken 
.Annaka 

1949 Miss Margaret A. Garner, M.A.,** 

69 Katahiracho, Sendai, Miyagi Pref., 
Honshu, Japan . Sendai 

1949 Miss Betty J. Hoffine,** 69 Kata¬ 
hiracho, Sendai, Miyagi Pref., Honshu, 
Japan . Sendai 

1949 Miss Martha M. Rayne, M.A.,** 69 

Katahiracho, Sendai, Miyagi Pref., 
Honshu, Japan . Sendai 

1950 Rev. and Mrs. Armin H. Kroehler 
.Tokyo 

1950 Mr. and Mrs. (1949) Robert W. 

Tosh,** 60 Kozenjidori, Sendai, Miyagi 
Pref., Honshu, Japan .. Sendai 

1950 Rev. and Mrs. Philip E. Williams 
.Sendai 

1951 Rev. and Mrs. Richard William 

Rubright .Sendai 


IRAQ 

1928 Rev. and Mrs. Jefferson C. Gless- 
ner* .Kirkuk 

1950 Miss Dorothy F. Jud, American 
School for Girls, Baghdad, Iraq. .Baghdad 

1950 Miss Marion M. Meyer, American 
School for Girls, Baghdad, Iraq ..Baghdad 

JAPAN 

1907 Miss Kate I. Hansen, Mus.D.,* 
Logan, Kansas . Sendai 

* On furlough. 

** Short term missionary. 


SOUTH AMERICA 

United Andean Indian Mission 

1945 Rev. and Mrs. Paul H. Streich 
.Picalqui (Ecuador) 

MISSIONARIES IN TRAINING 

Rev. and Mrs. (R.N.) John William 
Arnold, M.A. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Moser 

Mr. Paul A. Melchert 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Melchert, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan R. Levsen 
Miss Joanne E. Shober 
Mr. David F. Desmond 


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STUDENTS FOR THE MINISTRY 


In speaking with a prominent leader of another denomination he said to 
the editor, “J think your section on Students for the Ministry in your Year Book 
is the most valuable part of your Year Book.” Encouraged by this statement 
we again present a summary, by Synods, of the number of students for the 
ministry as reported on the Congregational Statistical Reports for the year 1950. 
The total for 1950 is 618 as compared with 582 in 1949. This augurs well for the 
future and should give much encouragement to everyone. It is worthy of note 
that the prospects for the next two years are even more encouraging. The 
number of seminarians graduated from our three theological schools in May, 
1951, was 49, most of whom were placed before the date of their graduation. 
Added to this number there will be five or six who were graduated from schools 
other than our own. This will help to supply the need of pastors for cur vacant 
congregations and is a fine commentary upon the work which our pastors, our 
Life Enlistment organization and others are doing in recruiting the Christian 
ministry of the Church. The list follows: 


Synod 


Denom. Other 

Schools Schools Synod 


Denom. Other 
Schools Schools 


California . 

.... 1 

0 

North Wisconsin . 

. 24 

5 

Central Pennsylvania .. 

.... 7 

4 

Pacific Northwest . 

. 0 

1 

Dakota . 

_ 4 

0 

Philadelphia . 

. 23 

5 

East Pennsylvania . 

_ 12 

4 

Pittsburgh . 

. 14 

9 

Iowa . 

.... 11 

7 

Potomac . 


5 

Kansas City . 


9 

Reading . 

.11 

12 

Lancaster . 

.... 14 

9 

Rocky Mountain . 

. 1 

2 

Lehigh . 

.... 13 

3 

Southeast Ohio . 

.11 

4 

Magyar . 

_ S 

1 

Southern . 

. 20 

0 

Mercers burg . 

.... 12 

1 

South Illinois . 

. 16 

7 

Michigan-Indiana . 


4 

South Indiana . 

. 21 

11 

Missouri Valley . 

.... 29 

5 

Southwest Ohio . 

. 10 

8 

Nebraska . 


7 

South Wisconsin . 

. 23 

5 

New York . 

.... 3 

2 

Susquehanna . 

. 11 

4 

Northeast Ohio. 

.... 6 

15 

Texas . 

. 3 

6 

Northern . 


5 

West New York . 

.12 

11 

North Illinois . 

.... 23 

15 


— 

— 

Northwest Ohio . 

.... 19 

19 


413 

205 

Total . 

.61S 


Last Year .... 

.582 



FORM 

FOR BEQUESTS 





Persons desiring to remember the 
Church or any of its Boards, institu¬ 
tions or agencies in their last will and 
testament are encouraged and advised 
to secure the services of a lawyer or 
of some other qualified individual. 
This is advisable because of the varia¬ 
tions in State laws governing bequests 
to religious and charitable agencies, 
especially with reference to the time 
that must elapse between the date of 
the will and the death of the testator. 
Otherwise, the intent of the testator 
may be defeated. 

The greatest care should be exer¬ 
cised so that all bequests are made in 
the manner prescribed by law. Where 
several Boards or institutions are to 
be remembered, a separate paragraph 
beginning, “I give and bequeath,” etc., 
should be made for each one. The 
following form for general bequests is 
suggested in the event that no lawyer 
is available for counsel: — 


“I hereby give and bequeath to the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church, of 
which Mr. F. A. Keck, St. Louis, Mis¬ 
souri, is the treasurer, for the use of 
(insert here the particular cause which 
it is desired shall receive the bequest , 
or if no preference is had this clause 
in the will map be omitted) the sum of 

. Dollars, and the receipt 

of the Treasurer thereof shall be suffi¬ 
cient discharge for my Executor.” 

In designating the beneficiary of a 
bequest, it is of the utmost impor¬ 
tance that the testator or his counsel 
use the official title of the administra¬ 
tive body, and the correct name and 
location of the Board, institution or 
agency to be remembered. 

The corporate titles of our Church 
Boards, agencies and institutions may 
be found on pages 50 and 51 of this 
Year Book. 


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Deceased Ministers of the Church 


W E hold in grateful remembrance the fifty-two ministers whose likenesses 
and brief obituaries are shown in the following pages. All of them have 
been or will be beautifully memorialized at the spring meetings of their 
respective Synods. The extent of their sacrificial labors in building the 
Kingdom of love and light is known to God alone. 

Of this number fourteen were pastors, thirty-two were retired, one was a 
seminary professor, one a college president and four ministers without charge. 
Their average age was 72 years, 2 months and 8 days. Sixteen of them were 
foreign born, representing the homelands of Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. 
The names of an unusually large number were included on the Golden Honor 
Roll appearing elsewhere in the Year Book, indicating that their ministry had 
covered more than fifty years. 

Grateful acknowledgment is made of the splendid cooperation on the part 
of individuals, congregations and pastors in furnishing the editor with photo¬ 
graphs from which the necessary cuts were made. As a result we were able 
to secure photos of all the deceased ministers, thus serving not only to preserve 
their likenesses but also to add to our library of cuts for future reference and use. 

The year also witnessed the passing of a. large number of ministers’ wives 
and widows. The sympathy of a grateful Church goes out to all who mourn 
their passing. 


REV. ALFRED ANKENEY, born near 
Xenia, Ohio, Feb. 4, 1887. Ordained, 1912. 
Died at Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 26. 1951, 
missionary to Japan and president of North 
Japan College. Age, 64-0-22. Southwest 
Ohio Synod. Messenger, 3-13-51. 


A. Ankeney 


REV. .JOHN AZARY, born in Hungary, 
Nov. 25, 1882. Ordained 1915. Died at Ann 
Arbor, Mich., Oct.-31-1949, in retirement. 
Age, 60-11-6. Mich.-Indiana Synod. 


REV. JOHN F. BAIR, born in Greensburg. 
Pa., Aug. 29, 1867. Ordained, 1897. Died at 
Greenville, Pa., June 30, 1951, in retirement. 
Age, 83-10-1. Pittsburgh Synod. Messen¬ 
ger, 8-21-51. 


A. Azary 


J. F. Bair 


REV. JOHN H. BUESCHER. born in War¬ 
ren Co., Mo., March 11, 1880. Ordained. 
1906. Died at Burlington, Iowa, Dec. 18. 
1950, pastor emeritus of First Church. Age, 
70-9-7. Iowa Synod. Messenger, 1-16-51. 


REV. HARRY A. CROYLE, born at Pavia. 
I'a., March 23, 1892. Ordained, 1928. Died 
at Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 23, 1950, minister 
without charge. Age, 58-7-0. Cent. Pa. 
Synod. Messenger, 12-19-50. 


/. H. Bucscher 


H. A. Croyle 


REV. ALEXIS CSUTOROS, S.T.D., born in 
Hungary, June 12, 1865. Ordained, 1899. 
Died at Oakland, Calif., Nov. 7, 1950, in 
retirement. Age, 85-4-26. Magyar Synod. 


A. Csutoros 


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A. Dokus 


REV. ALEXIS DOKUS, born at S. Norwalk. 
Conn.. Oct. 16. 1S99. Ordained, 1922. Died 
at Bayonne. X. J., April 20, 1951. minister 
without charge. Age. 51-6-4. New York 
Synod. Messenger, 7-31-51. 


REV. JACOB ELMER, born at Glams. 
Switzerland, Sept. 30, 1875. Ordained, 1913. 
Died at Freeport, Ill., March 16. 1950. in 
retirement. Age, 74-5-14. North Illinois 
Synod. 



/. Elmer 



H. A. Fleer 


REV. II. ARMIX FLEER, born at Lake 
Elmo, Minn., June 17, 1889. Ordained. 
1910. Died at Chicago, Ill., Sept 7, 1950, 
pastor of St. Philippus Church. Age, 61-2- 
20. North Illinois Synod. Messenger, 10-10- 
50. 


REV. EMIL F. FRANTZ, born at Sheboy¬ 
gan. Wis., March 28, 1878. Ordained, 1905. 
Died at Pearl City, Ill.. Nov. 11, 1950, pastor 
of Salem Church. Age. 72-7-14. North 
Illinois Synod. Messenger, 12-19-50. 



E. F. Frantz 



J. S. Garrison 


REV. J. SI LOR GARRISON, D.D., born in 
Augusta Co.. Va.. Sept. 6, 1867. Ordained. 
1895. Died at Harrisonburg, Va.. May 22, 
1951. in retirement. Age, 83-8-16. Potomac 
Synod, 


REV. HENRY S. GEKELER. D.D.. born 
at Lancaster. X. Y.. March 24, 1862. Or¬ 
dained. 1887 . Died at Cleveland. Ohio. 
Sept. 22. 1950. in retirement. Age. 78-5-29. 
Northeast Ohio Synod. Messenger, 10-10- 
50. 



H. S. Gekeler 



J. A. Grabove 


REV. JOHN A. GRABOW, born at Siegen. 
Germany. Sept. 13. 1882. Ordained. 1940. 
Died at Central Islip, N. Y., June 23. 1950. 
minister without charge. Age. 67-9-10. 
New York Synod. Messenger, 4-24-51. 


REV. WALTER M. GRABOWSKI. born at 
St. Louis, Mo.. Nov. 21, 1903. Ordained, 
1927. Died at St. Louis. Mo.. Nov. 3, 1950, 
pastor of Bethel Church. Age. 46-11-13. 
Missouri Valley Synod. Messenger, 11-21-50. 



IV. M. Grabowski 


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H. E. Hansen 


REV. HEINRICH E. HANSEN, born in 
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, March 1G, 
1865. Ordained, 1898. Died at Elmhurst, 
Ill., Dec. 31, 1950, in retirement. Age, 
85-9-15. North Illinois Synod. Messenger, 
4-24-51. 


REV. NEVIN C. IIARNER, Ph.D.. D.D., 
LL.D. Born near Berlin, Pa., Feb. 5, 1901. 
Ordained, 1924. Died at Lancaster, Pa., 
July 24, 1951, Professor of Christian Educa¬ 
tion at the Theological Seminary, Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. Age, 50-5-14. Lancaster Synod. 
Messenger, 8-21-51. 




G. B. Harris 


REV. GIDEON B. HARRIS. Jr., born at 
Jackson. Tenn., Feb. 4, 1885. Ordained, 
1908. Died at Nashville, Tenn., July 21, 
1951, pastor of First Church. Age, 66-5-17. 
South Indiana Synod. Messenger, 8-21-51. 


REV. JOHN G. HERR LINGER, born in 
Bavaria, Germany, June 16, 1868. Ordained, 
1894. Died at Austin, Minn., March 2, 1951, 
in retirement. Age, 83-8-14. Kansas City 
Synod. Messenger, 7-31-51. 



J. G. Herr linger 



J. C. Horning 


REV. JOHN C. HORNING, D.D., born at 
Petersburg, Ohio, Jan. 24, 1868. Ordained, 
1895. Died at St. Joseph, Mo., May 23. 
1951, in retirement. Age, 83-3-29. Kansas 
City Synod. Messenger, 7-10-51. 


REV. WILLIAM B. KEREKES, born in 
Hungary, Dec. 11, 1885. Ordained, 1912. 
Died at Chicago, Ill., May 19, 1951, in retire¬ 
ment. Age, 65-5-8. North Illinois Synod. 
Messenger, 7-31-51. 



W. B. Kerekes 



A . Kovacs 


REV. ANDREW KOVACS, born at Sajo 
Kara, Hungary, Oct. 25, 1862. Ordained, 
1892. Died at Latrobe, Pa., March 17, 1951, 
in retirement. Age, 87-4-20. Magyar Synod. 


REV. FENTON I. LAUCKS, born at Read¬ 
ing, Pa., March 19, 1908. Ordained, 1935. 
Died at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., April 5, 1951, 
pastor of St, Luke’s Church. Age, 43-0-17. 
Susquehanna Synod. Messenger, 7-10-51. 



P. I. Laucks 


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P. IV. Lemke 


REV. FREDERICK W. LEMKE, born at 
Benton, Minn., Sept. 7, 1868. Ordained, 
1898. Died at Watertown, Wis., June 23. 
1951, in retirement. Age, 82-9-16. South 
Wisconsin Synod. Messenger, 7-31-51. 


REV. EDGAR V. LOUCKS, D.D., born at 
Somerset, Ohio, Sept. 15, 1877. Ordained, 
1903. Died at Bellevue, Ohio, June 20, 
1951, in retirement. Age, 73-9-5. Southwest 
Ohio Synod. Messenger, 7-31-51. 



E. V. Loucks 



H. H. Moeller 


REV. HERMAN H. MOELLER, born in 
Germany, July 6, 1871. Ordained, 1893. 
Died at Elmhurst, Ill., June 23, 1951, in 
retirement. Age, 79-11-7. North Illinois 
Synod. Messenger, 8-21-51. 


REV. OTTO B. MOOR, D.D., born at Port¬ 
land, Oreg., October 12, 1S89. Ordained. 
1914. Died at Sugarcreek, Ohio, Nov. 14, 
1950, pastor of First Church. Age, 61-1-2. 
Southeast Ohio Synod. 



O. B. Moor 




R. A. Most 


H. G. Perry 


REV. RICHARD A. MOST, born at Lossen, 
Germany, March 17, 1869. Ordained, 1897. 
Died at Fort Wayne, Ind., March 31, 1951, 
in retirement. Age, 82-0-14. Michigan- 
Indiana Synod. 


REV. HENRY C. NOTT, D.D., born at 
Freeport, Ill, July 9, 1859. Ordained. 1885. 
Died at Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 30. 1950, in 
retirement. Age, 91-1-21. South Wisconsin 
Synod. Messenger, 10-10-50. 



H. C. Nott 


REV. HENRY G. PERRY, born at Darling¬ 
ton, Wis., March 20, 1882. Ordained. 1931. 
Died at Portland, Ind., May 20, 1951, minis¬ 
ter without charge. Age, 69-2-0. Southwest 
Ohio Synod. 


REV. THEODORE PFUNDT, born at 
Okawville, Ill, August 11, 1884 Ordained. 
1908. Died at Cook, Nebr., June 20, 1951, 
pastor of St. Paul’s Church. Age, 66-10-9. 
Nebraska Synod. 



T. Pfundt 



REV. HARRY E. PHEIFFER, D.D., born 
at Louisville, Ky., July 29, 1883. Ordained. 
1916. Died at Monroeville, Ohio, March 
25, 1951, pastor of St. John’s Church, Ox¬ 
ford Twp. Age, 67-7-24. Northwest Ohio 
Synod. Messenger, 4-24-51. 


REV. AUGUST PISCATOR, born at Her- 
born, Nassau-Oranien, Germany. Oct. 13, 
1876. Ordained, 1901. Died at Philadelphia, 
Pa., April 4, 1951, pastor of St. John’s 
Church. Age, 74-5-22. Philadelphia Synod. 
Messenger, 5-8-51. 



H. E. Pheiffer 


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A. Pis cat or 



P. Press 


REV. PAUL PRESS, D.D., born at Cam¬ 
bridge, Wis., March 30, 1877. Ordained, 
1898. Died at St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 3, 1950, 
pastor of Friedens Church Age, 73-7-4. 
Missouri Valley Synod. Messenger, 12-5-50. 


REV. WILLIAM F. RATHMANN. born at 
Westphalia, Germany, Sept. 5, 1871. Or¬ 
dained, 1910. Died at Bartlett, Ill., May 28, 
1951, in retirement. Age, 79-8-23. North 
Illinois Synod. Messenger, 7-10-51. 



G. P. Ronicke 


REV. GEORGE P. RONICKE, born at San 
Francisco, Calif., July 25, 1896. Ordained, 
1937. Died at Bismarck, N. Dak., July 26, 
1951, in retirement. Age, 55-0-1. Northern 
Synod. 


REV. IRVIN L. RUDISILL, born at Por¬ 
ter’s Siding, Pa., Jan. 10, 1906. Ordained, 
1936. Died at Millersville, Pa., Jan. 17, 
1951, pastor of Zion Church. Age, 45-0-7. 
Lancaster Synod. Messenger, 2-13-51. 



I. L. Rudisill 



J. E. Scheetz 


REV. JACOB E. SCHEETZ, born at Millers- 
burg, R. I., Dec. 24, 1873. Ordained, 1900. 
Died at Greenville, Pa., Aug. 21, 1950, in 
retirement. Age, 76-7-28. Pittsburgh 
Synod. 


REV. HENRY J. SCHMIDT, D.D.. born 
in Germany, Feb. 28, 1865. Ordained, 1895. 
Died at Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 27, 1950, 
pastor emeritus of Faith Church. Age, 
85-9-29. Northeast Ohio Synod. Messenger, 
1-16-51. 



H. J. Schmidt 



J. Schmitt 


REV. JACOB SCHMITT, born at Wuerttem- 
berg, Germany, May 4, 1874. Ordained, 
1895. Died at Packanack Lake, N. J., Aug. 
10, 1951, in retirement. Age, 77-3-6. New 
York Synod. 


REV. DAVID A. SELLERS, born in Penn¬ 
sylvania, May 31, 1879. Ordained, 1915. 
Died at Bellevue, Ohio, July 6. 1951, in 
retirement. Age, 72-1-5. Northwest Ohio 
Synod. Messenger, 8-21-51. 



D. A. Sellers 



C. S. Slagle 


REV. CALVIN S. SLAGLE, D.D., born at 
Hanover, Pa., Sept. 4, 1856. Ordained, 1881. 
Died at Baltimore, Md., July 20, 1951, in 
retirement. Age, 94-10-16. Potomac Synod. 
Messenger, 8-21-50. 


REV. WILLIAM C. SLOUGH, born at Wor¬ 
cester, Pa., June 28, 1869. Ordained, 1902. 
Died near Norristown, Pa., Oct. 20, 1950, 
minister without charge. Age, 81-3-22. 
Reading Synod. Messenger, 12-5-50. 



W. C. Slough 


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C. K. Staudt 


REV. CALVIN Iv. STAUDT, Ph.D., born 
at Wernersville, Pa., Feb. 29, 1876. Or¬ 
dained. 1903. Died at Baltimore, Md., 
April 3, 1951, in retirement. Age, 75-1-5. 
Potomac Synod. Messenger, 4-24-51. 


REV. ATHN1EL STIENECKER, born in 
Sheboygan Twp., Wis., March 11, 1888. Or¬ 
dained, 1912. Died at Glendale, Calif., June 
21, 1951, supply pastor of Trinity Church, 
West Hollywood. Age, 63-3-10. California 
Synod. Messenger, 7-31-51. 



A. Stienccker 



M. Stominel 


REV. MAX STOMMEL, born at Duisburg, 
Germany, Dec. 31, 1866. Ordained, 1892. 
Died at Hinsdale, Ill., Aug. 13, 1951. in 
retirement. Age, 84-7-13. North Illinois 
Synod. 


REV. EDWARD V. STRASBAUGH, Th.D., 
born at Spring Grove, Pa., Aug. 12. 1891. 
Ordained, 1917. Died at York, Pa., Feb. 6, 
1951, pastor of the Salem Charge. Age, 
59-5-25. Mercersburg Synod. Messenger, 
3-13-51. 



E. V. Strasbaugh 



REV. NATHANIEL E. VITZ, born at Vera 
Cruz, Ind., Nov. 16, 1878. Ordained, 1905. 
Died at Payne, Ohio, Jan. 27, 1951, in re¬ 
tirement. Age, 72-2-11. Northwest Ohio 
Synod. Messenger, 2-27-51. 


REV. C. COLUMBUS WAGONER, born at 
Gold Hill, N. C., April 30, 1884. Ordained, 
1910. Died at Rockwell, N. C., June 16, 1951, 
in retirement. Age, 67-1-17. Southern 
Synod. Messenger, 7-31-51. 



C. C. Wagoner 



S. W. Whitencr 


REV. STERLING W. WHITENER, born 
at Hickory, N. C., Aug. 14, 1894. Ordained, 
1919. Died at Winston-Salem, N. C., Sept. 
7, 1950, missionary to China on sick leave. 
Age, 56-0-24. Southern Synod. Messenger, 
10-10-50. 


REV. OTTO G. WICHMANN, born in Ger¬ 
many, April 13, 1867. Ordained. 1889. 

Died at Denver, Colo., June 20, 1951, in 
retirement. Age, 84-2-7. Messenger, 7-31-51. 



O. G. Wichmann 



REV. DAVID A. WINTER, born in Craw¬ 
ford Co., Ohio, Aug. 8, 1863. Ordained, 18S7. 
Died at Louisville, Ky., Nov. 23, 1950. in 
retirement. Age, 87-3-15. Michigan-Indiana 
Synod. Messenger, 1-16-51. 


REV. CARL H. WITTBRACHT, born at 
Chester, Ill., Jan. 3, 1S68. Ordained, 1893. 
Died at Hanover, Mich., June 7, 1951, in 
retirement. Age, 83-5-4. Michigan-Indiana 
Synod. Messenger, 7-10-51. 



C. H. Wittbracht 


D. A. Winter 


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Widows of Ministers 

Evangelical and Reformed Church 

Every effort has again been made to secure an accurate and complete 
list of the widows of ministers, together with their addresses. Inaccuracies, 
omissions, deaths, etc., should be reported to the office of Dr. Kerschner, 616 
Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. (It is the editorial policy not 
to include widows whose status has been changed through re-marriage.) 

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Accola, Mathilda, 241 2nd St., N.W.. New 
Philadelphia, Ohio 

Adam, Mrs. John, 513 Magnolia Ave., 
Frederick, Md. 

Albert, Emma, 1765 Keystone St.. Pasadena 
4, Calif. 

Albertson, Jennie C., 37 E. Roseville Road, 
R.D. 3, Lancaster, Pa. 

Albrecht, Augusta, c/o Emmaus Home, St. 
Charles, Mo. 

Albrecht, Gladys, 113 E. 9th St., Casa 
Grande, Ariz. 

Aleck, Mrs. E., c/o Arthur Fischer, R. 1, 
Hudson, Kansas 

Alspach, Elizabeth V., 413 W. Stafford St., 
Philadelphia 44, Pa. 

Alspach, Mabel, c/o Dr. F. G. Stoesser. 
76 Soldiers Place, Buffalo 9, N. Y. 

Althouse, Mrs. H. A., Warwick St., Boyer- 
town, Pa. 

Althouse, Mrs. Charles F., Kintnersville, 
Pa. 

Amacker, Hattie C., Good Samaritan Home, 
4500 Washington, St. Louis, Mo. 

Ankeney, Mrs. Alfred, 60 Kozenjidori Sen¬ 
dai, Miyagi Pref., Honshu, Japan 

Angstadt, Mrs. E. K., 341 Main St., Kutz- 
town, Pa. 

Apple, Mrs. J. H., 323 N. College Pkwy., 
Frederick, Md. 

Arlt, Helen B., R. 1, Neponset, Ill. 

Arpke, Emilie, Chilton, Wis. 

Awiszus, Maria, Blue Springs, Mo. 

Azary, Mrs. John, 1727 Glenwood Rd., 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 


Bachman, Mrs. Jos. P., 629 N. Lafayette St., 
Allentown, Pa. 

Bachman, Emily S., 2305 Washington Ave., 
Northampton, Pa. 

Bachmann, Bertha, 5098 Whitfield. Detroit 
4, Mich. 

Baer, Helen A., Bethany Orphans’ Home. 
Womelsdorf, Pa. 

Bahnsen, Emily, 6518 Parkwood Place, St. 
Louis 16, Mo. 

Bair, Mrs. Sadie I., Centre Hall, Pa. 

Bair, Mrs. Robert, 163 E. Springettsbury 
Ave., York, Pa. 

Baker, Mrs. David D., 7818 Grove Ave., 
Webster Groves 19, Mo. 

Baker, Mrs. Elma E., 158 Moore St.. Mil- 
lersburg, Pa. 

Baker, Mrs. H. W., Box 92, Bridgewater, 
Va. 

Balliett, Elizabeth C., R. D. 2, Bellefon- 
taine, Ohio 

Baltzer, Clarinda T., 6 Batchelor Terrace, 
Petaluma, Calif. 

Baltzer, Mrs. Louise, Emmaus Home. St. 
Charles, Mo. 

Barkau, Martha, c/o C. D. Miller, Hinsdale, 
Ill. 

Barkau, Olinda, 17 N. Missouri, Belleville, 
Ill. 

Barnofske, Gertrude, R. R. 12, Box 394, 
San Antonio 4, Texas 

Barny, Emilie, 20 E. Knowles Ave.. Glen- 
olden, Pa. 


Barringer, Mrs. Paul, Mt. Pleasant. N. C. 

Bartholomew, Emma, Wildes St., Cressona. 
Pa. 

Bartholomew, Mrs. Mary J., 926 St. Clair 
Ave., Allentown, Pa. 

Bassler, Mrs. P. H., 13S29 Forest Ave., 
Dolton, 111. 

Baumann, Ella, 2122 Starr Ave., Toledo 5, 
Ohio 

Beam, Mrs. G. T. N., 1SS Greenfield St., 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Beam, Mrs. Henry L., 213 E. Market St.. 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Bear, Mrs. Helen, c/o Mrs. Paul Schmoyer, 
R. D. 2, Box 143, Pottstown, Pa. 

Beaver, Anna, 813 N. Market St.. Lisbon, 
Columbiana Co., Ohio 

Bechtel, Mrs. Barbara, 107-06 Monterey St., 
Queens Village, L. I., N. Y. 

Beer, Emma Louise, c/o Carl A. Beer, 
R. 1, Defiance, Ohio 

Behrens, Mrs. Burt A., 441 W. Lemon St., 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Bender, Mrs. H., 126 6th St., S.E., Le Mars, 
Iowa 

Benner, Mrs. L. D., 9722 E. Outer Drive, 
Detroit 5, Mich. 

Berg, Mrs. Ella, 210 W. 9th St., Michigan 
City, Ind. 

Berger, Alma, Columbia, Ill. 

Bergey, Mrs. J. Riley, 1124 4th St.. Santa 
Monica, Calif. 

Betz, Margaret, Blue Springs, Mo. 

Beutler, Ellen N., 366 E. Chicago St., Cold- 
water, Mich. 

Bierbaum, Bertha, c/o Mrs. Erna Eller- 
hoff, 1072 Park Lane, Knoxville, Iowa 

Bizer, Martha, 319 Empire Ave., Benton 
Harbor, Mich. 

Black, Myrtle Ellen, c/o D. G. Dively, Pgh. 

A Eliz. St., East McKeesport, Pa. 

Blankenagel, Mrs. August, 709 E. Juneau 
Ave., Apt. 609, Milwaukee 2, Wis. 

Blasberg, Ida, 130 W. Prairie Ave., 
Wheaton, 111. 

Blaufuss, Bertha, 1803 Orchard St., Bur¬ 
lington, Iowa 

Bleibtreu, Katherine, 5824 S. Compton Ave., 
St. Louis 11, Mo. 

Bloom, Mrs. John B., 2236 Francis St., St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

Bock, Augusta, 611 S. 9th Ave., Maywood, 
Ill. 

Bock, Lydia, 307 S. Defiance St., Archbold, 
Ohio 

Bode, Emilie F„ 1 Plant Court, Webster 
Groves 19, Mo. 

Bode, Emilie L., c/o Rev. John G. Ruhl, 
Emmaus Home, Marthasville, Mo. 

Bodes, Mrs. Louise, 468 Delaware Ave., 
Buffalo, N Y. 

Boehm, Mrs. Helen C., Dania, Fla. 

Boehm, Henrietta, 1836 Silver Ave., S.E., 
Grand Rapids 7, Mich. 

Boether, Mrs. August E., 207 S. Rose St., 
Lodi, Calif. 

Bollmann, Lydia S., 615 Huron Ave., She¬ 
boygan, Wis. 

Bombard, Emma Elise, Glenshaw Ave., 
Box 155, Glenshaw, Pa. 

Boomershine, Icy, 47 N. 18th St.. Harris¬ 
burg, Pa. 


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Bourquin, Meta L., Box 595, East Hamp¬ 
ton, N. Y. 

Bowers, Mrs. Lester, 9 New St.. Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 

Bratzel, Mrs. E., P. O. Box 96, Ft. Lau¬ 
derdale, Fla. 

Braun, Bertha, 6505 Shiller Ave., Houston. 
Texas 

Braun, Mrs. Julius K., 5061 Lindenwood 
Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo. 

Brenner. Frieda, 567 Howell Ave., Cincin¬ 
nati 20, Ohio 

Brendle, Mrs. Daniel D., R. D. 3, Lebanon, 
Pa. 

Bretz, Mrs. J. D., 1807 N. Vermilion St.. Dan¬ 
ville, Ind. 

Briesemeister. Magdalena, 801 Chestnut St., 
Columbia, Pa. 

Brink, Mary, 1516 Oak St., Murphysboro, 
Ill. 

Broek, Mrs. A. T., 811 N. 5th St., Reading. 
Pa. 

Bromer, Mrs. Albert S., 150 Pennsylvania 
Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Bromer, Mrs. Edward S., Hess Ave., R. D. 
3, Lancaster. Pa. 

Brown, Bertha M., 513 S. Pitt St.. Carlisle, 
Pa. 

Brown, Mrs. Theo. C., 930 Itasca St., Bethle¬ 
hem, Pa. 

Brucker, Marie, 716 N. Main Ave., Scran¬ 
ton, Pa. 

Brueekner, Louise K., 2724 W. Juneau Ave., 
Milwaukee 8, Wis. 

Pruning, Ida. R. R. 1, Crownsville, Md. 

Bruse, Ida, 1850 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit 8, 
Mich. 

Bucher, Mrs. J. Frank, 159 Watauga Ave., 
Corning, N. Y. 

Buck. Mrs. Jonathan W., 458 Market St., 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Buehler, Mary Anna, 205 S. 2nd St., Owens- 
ville, Mo. 

Buehler, Stephanie, 305 W. Chicago Ave., 
Palatine, Ill. 

Buescher, Mrs. John, 418 Glasgow St., West 
Burlington. Iowa 

Burger, Amelia, 729 Bailey Ave., Elizabeth 
3. N. ,T. 

Burghalter, Mrs. Daniel, 272 E. Market St., 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Burkett, Elizabeth, 3325 Ruckle St., In¬ 
dianapolis 5, Ind. 

Burkhardt, Wohla S., 394 E. 257 St., Cleve¬ 
land, Ohio 

Busliong, Mrs. Chas. A., c/o Dr. McAdoo, 
Ijamsville, Md. 

Bussian, Alma, Sauk City, Wis. 

Butz, Mrs. C. A., Mertztown, Pa. 

Butz, Mrs. Geo. S., 443 N. Queen St., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. 

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Causey, Mrs. Wm., 203 Gloria Ave., Win¬ 
ston-Salem, N. C. 

Chatlos, Mrs. Hilda, 318 Peterson St., Fort 
Collins, Colo. 

Christman, Mrs. H. J., 210 Hedges St., 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Clare, Irma M., 17 Woodland Court, Belle¬ 
ville, Ill. 

Clark, Lizzie S., 134 W. Oley St., Reading, 
Pa. 

Coblentz, Mrs. Elmer S., 1650 Penn Ave., 
Delta Apts., Wyomissing. Pa. 

Coblentz, Mrs. Lloyd E, 712 Dryden Dr., 
Baltimore 29, Md. 

Conner, Mrs. Atvill, 415 Cedarcroft Rd., 
Baltimore 12, Md. 

Cook, Mrs. H. H., c/o K. B. Thomson, 
Tolono, Ill. 

Cramer, Mrs. W. Stuart, 201 E. King St., 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Creitz. Mrs. C. E., 29 N. 3d St., Easton, Pa. 

Crusius, Mrs. Emanuel, 5 E. 114th St., Chi¬ 
cago 28, Ill. 


Csutoros, Mrs. Vilma, 711 N. Trenholm 
Rd., Columbia 4, S. C. 

Curtis, Mrs. William F., 34 S. 18th St.. 
Allentown, Pa. 

D 

Daiss, Mathilda H., 1554 Veronica Ave., 
St. Louis 21, Mo. 

Dallmann, Christine, 645 Hassan St.. South, 
Hutchinson, Minn. 

Decker, Mrs. C. H., 7331 Marietta Ave., 
Maplewood, Mo. 

DeLong, Mrs. Wm. F., 104 Charles Dr., 
Apt. B-3, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Deppen, Zina B., 141 S. Miller Ave., York, 
Pa. 

Depping, Emma, Baxter, Iowa 

Devert, Laura B., 735 Canton Road, Akron 
12, Ohio 

Dewitz, Mrs. Charles F., 3222 Riverside 
Ave., Cleveland 9, Ohio 

Dexheimer, Louise D., 3704 Nameoki Road, 
Nameoki, Ill. 

Dickert, Mrs. Lavinia, 404 Jersey Ave., 
Spring Lake, N. J. 

Diefenderfer, Alma A., St. Paul’s Old 
Folks Home, Greenville, Pa. 

Diehm, Mrs. William, 835 N. Orange St., 
Stockton 24, Calif. 

Dienes, Mrs. Barnabas, 540 W. 123rd St., 
Apt. 422, New York 27, N. Y. 

Dietsche, Mrs. Emma L., 3402 W. 99th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Dietze, Magdalena, 125 S. Torrence St., 
Dayton 3, Ohio 

Dietzel, Mary Grace, 203 S. Pennsylvania 
Ave., Greensburg, Pa. 

Ditmar, Mrs. Maude, 7 S. Market St., 
Frederick, Md. 

Doellefeld, Anna E., 401 S. Madison Ave.. 
Lancaster, Wis. 

Donat, Ida M., Box 27, Wanamakers, Le¬ 
high Co., Pa. 

Dorschel, Elsie H., 171 Barthel St., Buf¬ 
falo 11, N. Y. 

Drumheller, Mrs. Leon S., Kelvin Ave., 
Somerton, Philadelphia 16, Pa. 

Dubbs, Salle Z., 1347 Turner St., Allen¬ 
town, Pa. 

E 

Ebinger, Marie, Bennett’s Nursing Home, 
Box 72, Tillamook, Oregon 

Eggen, Anna, R. 5, Louisville, Ill. 

Ehrhard, Hermine, 426 N. Fairmount. 
Pittsburgh 6, Pa. 

Eilers, Anna, 572 North Ave., Aurora, Ill. 

Eisen, Mrs. Paul, 1110 12th St., Rock Island. 
Ill. 

Eitel, Emma, c/o Herman Eitel, R. R. 2, 
Sebeka, Minn. 

Ellerbrake, Wilhelmine, 628 Via Monte 
D’Oro, Redondo Beach, Calif. 

Elliker, Emilie, 2141 E. Johnson, Madison, 
Wis. 

Elmer, Mrs. Jacob, 858 W. Douglas St., 
Freeport, Ill. 

Endter, Mrs. J.. 3464 N. 7th St., Milwaukee 
6 , Wis., c/o Mrs. Arthur Roeder 

Engelbrecht, Gladys, 4107 17th St., San 
Francisco 4, Calif. 

Engelmann, Mrs. F. W., 1896 E. 70th St., 
Suite 1, Cleveland 3, Ohio 

Esser, Louise, 5342 Robert Ave., St. Louis 
9, Mo. 

Esser, Mrs. Wm., 623 S. 16th St., St. Joseph 
36, Mo. 

Evans, Elizabeth N., Olds Hall. Box 791, 
Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Evemeyer, Mrs. Edward F., 462 S. Palm 
Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Ewald, Emma, R. R. 2, Bridgman. Mich. 

Ew’ing, Emma H., Church Home. Upper 
Sandusky, Ohio 


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Ewing, Florence C., 89 Ann St., Tiffin, Ohio 

Eyler, Mrs. J. Albert, 233 E. Pitt St., Bed¬ 
ford, Pa. 

Eyrich, Mrs. Otto G. A., 335 1 / £ Broadway, 
Yankton, S. Dak. 

F 

Faust, Mrs. J. N., 503 Brighton Ave., 
Pennside, Reading, Pa. 

Faust, Mary J., Hegins, Schuylkill Co., Pa. 

Fekete, Helen Iv., 212 Wallace St., Grand 
Haven, Mich. 

Fiedler, Elsie, 2521 N. Campbell Ave., 
Chicago 47, Ill. 

Fetzer, Lydia L., 34 Washington St., War¬ 
saw. N. Y. 

Fillbrandt, Mrs. R. R., 1318 Astor St., 
Chicago, Ill. 

Fischer, Irma, 65 Greenlee Road, Mt. Olive 
Station, Pittsburgh 27, Pa. 

Fischer, Mrs. Ella, 1923 N. 55th St., Mil¬ 
waukee 8, Wis. 

Fisher, Mrs. I. C., Wilton, Conn. 

Fledderjohann, Matilda L., New Knoxville, 
Ohio 

Fleer, Mrs. H. A., 7936 S. Maplewood Ave., 
Chicago 29, Ill. 

Fleer, Mrs. J. H., 2741 N. 45th St., Mil¬ 
waukee 10, Wis. 

Flohr, Augusta, Box 207, North Industry, 
Ohio 

Foescli, Else, 924 y 2 11th St., Monroe, Wis. 

Foster, Jessie, 114 Court St., Canfield, Ohio 

Fox, Mrs. Henry, Baltimore, Ohio 

Frank, Eva, 1850 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit 
8 , Mich. 

Frankenfeld. Emma, R. 15, Box 243, Amity 
Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Frantz, Mrs. A. P., 301 4th St., Hanover, Pa. 

Frantz, Leora B., 541 W. Orange St., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. 

Frantz, Emma Louisa, 168 E. Union St., 
Allentown, Pa. 

Freeman, Mary Emma, 140 N. Second St., 
Reading, Pa. 

Freund, Amelia, 6619a Alamo, St. Louis 5, 
Mo. 

Frigge, Sophie, loOe 1 /^ Second Ave., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

Funck, Johanna. 928 Nebraska Ave., S.W., 
Huron, S. Dak. 


G 

Gabelmann, Katherine, 18709 Warwick St., 
Detroit 19, Mich. 

Gaenge, Katherine, 4613 Erie Ave., Cin¬ 
cinnati 27, Ohio 

Garner, Anna M., Box 96, Dayton, Arm¬ 
strong Co., Pa. 

Garrison, Mrs. Mary F., 342 N. Franklin 
St., Harrisonburg, Ya. 

Gehle, Emma, c/o Mrs. Viola Schaefer. 
3041 N. 44th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Gekeler, Mrs. Henry S., 3861 W. 20th St.. 
Cleveland 9, Ohio 

Gekkeler, Mrs. G., 539 Benton St., Santa 
Rosa, Calif. 

Gerhard, Mrs. Paul L., Wakefield Forest, 
Fairfax, R. 2, Va. 

Gersman, Mrs. M. H., 22 Gallatin Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Gilds, Sarah R., 1832y 2 N. Butler St., 

Easton, Pa. 

Ginder, Mrs. William, St. Petersburg, Pa. 

Glade, Inga, 2743 N. Lavergne Ave., Chicago 
39, Ill. 

Glass, Mrs. Minnie W., 5813 Cobbs Creek 
Pkwy., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Glessner, Mrs. A. S., 216 Meyers Ave., 
Meyersdale, Pa. 

Goetsch, Mrs. F. A., 3101 St. Louis Ave., 
St. Louis 6, Mo. 

Goetsch, Mrs. F. W., 14220 Strathmore St., 
Apt. 1, East Cleveland 12, Ohio 


Gonser, Sophia, 3114 S. Lenox St., Mil¬ 
waukee 7, Wis. 

Good, Mrs. George W., R. R. 1, Fremont, 
Ohio 

Gottlieb, Mrs. Edward E., 965 Orchard 
Park Road, Ebenezer, N. Y. 

Graber, Lydia, Blue Springs, Mo. 

Grabow’ski, Mrs. Walter M., 409 Franklin 
St., Cedar Falls, Iowa 

Gramm, Mrs. Carl H., 482 W. Walnut St. 
Kutztown, Pa. 

Grauer, Anna, 3720 Spokane Ave., Cleve¬ 
land 9, Ohio 

Grauer, Mrs. Carl L., 2925 Winters Rd., 
Huntington 2, W. Va. 

Grauer, Pauline C., 512 Scott St., Wausau, 
Wis. 

Greenawald, Mrs. George G., 207 Philadel¬ 
phia Ave., Egg Harbor, N. J. 

Gress, Mrs. Daniel, 604 Oakland Ave., 
Greensburg, Pa. 

Grether, Mrs. Alvin. R. 3, Plymouth, Wis. 

Grether, Caroline, R. R. 3, Plymouth, Wis. 

Grether, Mrs. D., Box 111, Neillsville, Wis. 

Grether, Hermine, 435 E. 11th St., Love¬ 
land, Colo. 

Grether, Katherine E., 3618 Blanchen St., 
Brookfield, Ill. 

Griesemer, Mary H., 700 N. Orange St., 
Selinsgrove, Pa. 

Griesing, Mrs. G. A. F., 721 Monterey Blvd., 
Hermosa Beach, Calif. 

Grimmer, Mrs. Mary M., Laurel Hill Lane, 
Catonsville, Baltimore 28, Md. 

Grob, Mathilda, 4667 N. 42nd St, Milwau¬ 
kee 9, Wis. 

Grosse, Dorothea, 7843 41st Court, Lyons, 
Ill. 

Grosshuesch, Mrs. Calvin, 306*4 E. Church 
St., Marshalltown. Iowa 

Grosshuesch, Mrs. Paul, 1416 N. 15th St., 
Sheboygan, Wis. 

Grotenfend, Mrs. H., 115 N. Western Ave., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Grove, Mrs. Fred M. E., 624 N. Centre St., 
Cumberland, Md. 

Grunewald, Mrs. Wilhelmine C., 1518 N. 
69th St., Wawatosa, Wis. 

Gutelius, Ethel G., 1225 W. Seltzer St., 
Philadelphia 33, Pa. 

H 

Haas, Mina B., 246 N. 26th St., Camp Hill, 
Pa. 

Haass, Mrs. Otto C., 1882 Kenmore Drive. 
Grosse Point Woods 30, Mich. 

Habecker, Mrs. M. f 1517 Edmund St., St. 
Joseph 35, Mo. 

Haeussler, Elizabeth, 3229 2nd Ave., South, 
Minneapolis 8, Minn. 

Hafner, Mrs. Gottlieb, 2735 S.W. Moss St.. 
Portland 1, Oreg. 

Hahn, Mrs John R., 3 Arlington St., Cam¬ 
bridge, Mass. 

Haneberg, Mrs. Carl, 1217 W. Ann Arbor 
Trail, Plymouth, Mich. 

Hanisch, Mrs. L. 3019a Indiana Ave., St. 
Louis 18, Mo. 

Hansen, Mrs. G. C., 3658 Lynnfield Ave., 
Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Harner, Mrs. Nevin C., 523 W. James St., 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Harner, Mrs. J. Philip, 1302 Lee St., Park 
Place, Charlottesville, Va. 

Harsanyi, Mrs. Steve P., 3228 Parkwood 
Ave., Toledo 10, Ohio 

Hartman, Emma S., R. 2, Smithsburg, Md. 

Hassenpflug, Mrs. L. L., 564 N. Bever, 
Wooster, Ohio 

Ilauck, Emma, Box 53, Napoleon, Mo. 

Hauff. Mrs. William E., Apt. 411, 1320 W. 
Colfax St., Denver 4, Colo. 

Hausmann, Mrs. Paul L., 4517 Varble Ave., 
Louisville 11, Ky. 

Hawk, Pearl R., 171S Purdue St., Lafayette, 
Ind. 


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Hehi, Martha H., 5057 Ridge Ave., St. Louis 
13, Mo. 

Heinze, Pauline, 8156 Cypress Ave., South 
Gate, Calif. 

Held, Mrs. Conrad, 2100 W. Hill St, Louis¬ 
ville 10, Ky. 

Helfferich, Mrs. William U., Hobson Hall, 
568 Main St., Collegeville, Pa. 

Heller, Mrs. Bernhardt R., 532 Forrer Blvd., 
Dayton 9, Ohio 

Henninger, Mrs. W. F., 9 Madison St., 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Herbein, Mrs. M. L., 1818 Pcrkiomen Ave., 
Reading, Pa. 

Hergert, Mrs. E., 3958 N.E. 7th Ave., Port¬ 
land 12, Oregon 

Herrlinger, Mrs. K., 510-4th St., Austin. 
Minn. 

Herrmann, Emma, 7813 Garden Ave., 
Shrewsbury, St. Louis Co., Mo. 

Herrmann, Mrs. T. J. Elmhurst College, 
Elmhurst, Ill. 

Hetrick, Olive B., 3007 West Chestnut Ave., 
Altoona, Pa. 

Higbee, Mrs. E. Lewis, Emmitsburg, Md. 

Hill, Elizabeth T., 1309 Schaeffer St., Day- 
ton 4, Ohio 

Hille, Emma, Box 81, Irvington, Ill. 

Hils, Clara, 120 Grove St., Tonawanda, 
N. Y. 

Hocker, Mrs. Andrew, 567 North Union, 
Galion, Ohio 

Hoelzer, Louisa E., 1420 Bushwick Pkwy., 
Brooklyn 7, N. Y. 

Hoeppner, Elly, 922 N. 8th St., Burlington, 
Iowa 

Hoffman, Louise G., c/o Walter Hoffman, 
1000 S. Delaware St., Springfield, Mo. 

Hofmann. Marie E., 500 N. Pier St., Mer¬ 
rill, Wis. 

Hohman, Louise, 3243 Orion Ave., Cincin¬ 
nati 13, Ohio 

Hoke, Mrs. Elmer R., 334 College Ave., 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Holder, Pauline, Blue Springs, Mo. 

Holdgraf, Ida, c/o Paul Beutel, 3214 W. 
84th St., Cleveland 2, Ohio 

Holz, Ida, c/o Mrs. Ed. Joerger, El Paso, 

Horning, Mrs. Mary, 1018 Powell St., St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

Horvath, Bertha Dokur, 13 Hamilton Ave., 
South Norwalk, Conn. 

Hotz, Mrs. E., 717 S. Grand Ave., Ft. 
Thomas, Ky. 

Howe, Mrs. F., 160 N. Menard Ave., Chi¬ 
cago, Ill. 

Huber, Mrs. W. E., 520 Clement Ave., She¬ 
boygan, Wis. 

Huckeriede, Mrs. W. E., 119 Kent Ave., 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

Hustedt, H. C. Louise, 1848 West Grand 
Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich. 


Irion, Emma, 1116 Washington St., Michi¬ 
gan City, Ind. 


Jaworski, Adele, 1025 E. College Ave., 
Seguin, Texas 

Jeffries, Mrs. John H., 4412 Forest View 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Jens, Louise B., 4937 Maffitt Place, St. 
Louis 13, Mo. 

Jerger, Alma, R. R. 4, Box 49, Waterloo, 
Ill. 

John, Emma, 1212 White St., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

Jud, Aurelie, Box 176, Riesel, Texas 

Jud, Mrs. Theo., 1846 W. Grand Blvd., 
Detroit 8, Mich. 

Juergens, Catherine, 5084 Vernon Ave., 
St. Louis 13, Mo. 

Juergens, Meta, 3315 Lookout Drive, Cin¬ 
cinnati, Ohio 


K 

Kamphausen, Mrs. H., Concord Road, 
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 

Kasmann, Mrs. R. H., 5738 Tliolozan Ave.. 
St. Louis 9, Mo. 

Ivattmann, Agnes, 706 W. Water St., Berne, 
Ind. 

Kayser, Dora, R. R. 1, Box 185, Metzerott 
Rd., College Park, Md. 

Kehl, Minnie M„ 352 West South St., 
Carlisle, Pa. 

Kehle, Anna A., 701 3rd Ave. S., West 
Bend, Wis. 

Kehm, Matilda C., 404 S. Fifth St., Perkasie, 
Pa. 

Keifer, Maida L., Box 671, Greenville, Pa. 
Keinath, Marie, 312 E. 8th St., Vinton. 
Iowa 

Keller, Mrs. Paul E., 15106 Euclid Ave., 
East Cleveland 12, Ohio 
Kennedy, Frances W., 78 Circular St., 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Kern, Mrs. Robert M., 531 Chew T St., Allen¬ 
town, Pa. 

Kershner, Mary, Wernersville, Pa. 

Ivettelhut, Augusta, 326 Prospect St., 
Bellevue, Ky. 

Kieffer, Elizabeth H., 1701 Virginia Ave., 
Hagerstown, Md. 

Kirschmann, Mrs. M., 3219 Noble Ave.. 
Richmond 22, Va. 

Kleber, Ida, 5275 Balfour Road, Detroit 24, 
Mich. 

Klein, Mrs. P., R. R. 2, Box 120, Pewaukee, 
Wis. 

Klein, Mrs. Wm. G., 7011 Ridgewood Ave., 
Parma 9, Ohio 

Kleinau, Lena, Tripoli, Iow r a 
Kleinginna, Mary L., 8608 Mayfair Place, 
Silver Springs, Md. 

Klick, Mrs. F. C., 1325 “C” St., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

Kline, Mrs. Earl G., Susquehanna Univer¬ 
sity, Selinsgrove, Pa. 

Klingeberger, Mary, Moniteau Co., James 
town, Mo. 

Klinger, Laura E., 1335 Highland St., Col¬ 
umbus, Ohio 

Kniker, Dora, 4001 Ave. H, Austin 22. 
Texas 

Kniker, Martha Mary. Ohlman, Ill. 

Koch, Mrs. Karl, 1365 N. Hamline Ave.. 
St. Paul 4, Minn. 

Kochenderfer, Mary T., c/o Ursinus Col¬ 
lege, Collegeville, Pa. 

Kockritz, Mrs. E., 674 N.E. 83rd St., Miami, 
Fla. 

Koehler, Caroline, 625 E. Powell Ave., 
Evansville 13, Ind. 

Koelling, Mrs. A. F., 815 High St., Burling¬ 
ton, Iowa 

Komjathy, Mrs. Ernest, c/o S. Boszormenyi, 
963 Laurel Ave., Bridgeport 4, Conn. 
Korbel, Emma, 18602 Cherokee Ave., Cleve¬ 
land 19, Ohio 

Korocz, Mrs. Yolanda, 1232 E. Genesee St., 
Mt. Morris, Mich. 

Kosower, Hannah R., 3427 Daisy Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Kovacs, Mrs. Lydia, Bethlen Home, 
Ligonier, Pa. 

Ivrafft, Mrs. Frederick H., 3500 Pine Grove 
Ave., Pine Lawn, Mo. 

Ivratz, Sarah Pretzel*, 7252 Brent Road, 
Upper Darby, Pa. 

Krause, Anna, 405 N. Wooster Ave., Dover. 
Ohio 

Krause, Mrs. Wm. C., 1708 Chase Ave., 
Chicago 20, Ill. 

Krebs, Mrs. Geo., c/o H. C. Ashley, 3532 
Asbury St., Dallas, Texas 
Kreis, Marie, Box 244, Mokena, Ill. 

Kresge, Eva Ford, R.F.D., Ellenville Rd., 
Napanoch, N. Y. 


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Krickhahn, Mrs. C., R. R. 1, Coloma, Mich. 

Krivulka. Mrs. C. J., 3667 Arden Ave., 
Apt. L-2, Hollywood, Ill. 

Kroencke, Mrs. E. W., East Highway #54. 
Mexico, Mo. 

Kroencke, Marie J., 3646 N. Whipple St., 
Chicago 18, Ill. 

Krueger, Minna, Box 246, Petersburg, Ill. 

Krueger, Theresa, 332 Melville Ave., Uni¬ 
versity City 5, Mo. 

Krueger, Mrs. W. L., 1314 Lydia St., Louis¬ 
ville 13, Ky. 

Ivuck, Mrs. Adiel O., New Knoxville. Ohio 

Kuecherer, Mrs. G., 2132a N. 36th St., Mil¬ 
waukee, Wis. 

Kuentzel, Emma, 1421 W. Madison St., 
Milwaukee 4. Wis. 

Kuenzler, Emma M., 4623 S. Derbigny St., 
New Orleans 15, La. 

Kuhn, Lydia, c/o Mr. Wm. C. Kuhn, 1025 
Hornsby Ave., St. Louis 15, Mo. 

Kulbartz, Mrs. J. L., 91 Dorchester Rd., 
Buffalo 14, N. Y. 

Kunz, Paulina, c/o Ohm Jahn, Ceylon, 
Minn. 

Ivurschat, Rosa, 178 Thompson St., New 
York 12, N. Y. 

Kurtz, Mrs. A., Marion, S. Dak. 

Ivurz, Clara, 5812 Elm Ave., Melrose Park, 
Ill. 

Kurz, Ida M., 1118 Lorraine Drive, Franklin 
Square, Long Island, N. Y. 

Kurz, Martha, 447 Breckenridge Drive, 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

L 

Lampe, Johanna M., 9261-4th Ave.. Brook¬ 
lyn 9, N. Y. 

Lampe, Mrs. Wm. E., 5004 W. Pine St., 
Philadelphia 43, Pa. 

Landis, Anna WJnona, 307 W. 3rd Ave., 
Derry, Pa. 

Langhorst, Emma, c/o Rev. Winfred B. 
Langhorst, Naugatuck, Conn. 

Laros, Mrs. Frank P., 5450 Willows Ave., 
Philadelphia 43, Pa. 

Laucks, Mrs. Grace, 37 Franklin Court, 
Garden City, N. Y. 

Laudenslager, Sallie M., 29 E. Main St., 
Palmyra, Pa. 

Lauffer, Mrs. Beulah, R D. 1, Irwin, Pa. 

Leesman, Lydia, 271S N. Talman Ave., 
Chicago 47, Ill. 

Lehmann. Marie. 418 Smith. Plymouth. 
Wis. 

Lehmann, Mrs. Nathaniel, R. 1, Box 142, 
Blue Springs, Mo. 

Leinbach, Mrs. Elmer G., 17 N. Chestnut 
St., Palmyra, Pa. 

Leinbach. Mrs. Paul, 143 W. Broad St., 
Bethlehem, Pst. 

Leinbach, Mrs. Thomas H., 430 Walnut St., 
Reading, Pa. 

Lemke, Mrs. F. W., 612 N. Water St., 
Watertown, Wis. 

Lentz, Flora R., 3615 Chestnut St., Phila¬ 
delphia 4, Pa. 

Leonard, Mrs. Jacob C., Ill W. Center St., 
Lexington, N. C. 

Leonhard, Mrs. F., 2900 Piedmont Ave., 
La Crescento, Calif. 

Leonhardt, Emma, 9 E. 1st St., Bensenville, 

Leutwein, Caroline, 3300 Kentfield, Dr., 
Sacramento, Calif. 

Leuz, Mrs. L. H., 434 E. Pine St., Lodi, 
Calif. 

Lienk, Hannah, 7419 Princeton Ave., Chi¬ 
cago 21, Ill. 

Lienkaemper, Mrs. Calvin C., 2225 S. Jeffer¬ 
son St., Spokane, Wash. 

Limbacber, Gertrude, 1289 Manor Park 
Ave., Lakewood, Ohio 


Limbert, Flora M., First National ^Lpts., 
Tyrone, Pa. 

Limper, Anna, 1237 Eastern Parkway, 
Louisville 4, Ky. 

Lindaman, Elizabeth G., c/o Mrs. Wm. G. 
Gehman, Jr., 137 Montgomery Ave., Bala- 
Cynwyd, Pa. 

Lissack, Mrs. Henry Max, 1009 Main St., 
Concordia, Mo. 

Lockart, Mrs. David, 220 S. Railroad St., 
Myerstow.n, Pa. 

Lohse, Mrs. C. F., 128 E. Mayan Ave., 
Dwight, Ill. 

Longaker, Mrs. George, 137 Leith Walk, 
Conneaut, Ohio 

Loucks, Mrs. Edgar V., 532 Kilbourne St., 
Bellevue, Ohio 

Loucks, Mrs. D. W., Elmwood Rest Home, 
Green Springs, Ohio 

Low, Mrs. George J., 3889 Meramec St., 
Apt. 201, St. Louis 16, Mo. 

Lowe, Vallie G., McConnellsburg, Pa. 

Ludwig, Hedwig, Texas Forest Service, 
R 4 Rusk Tsxrs 

Lueckhoff, Mrs. Fritz C., 16810 Sorrento 
St., Detroit 2S, Mich. 

Luedeke, Amelia, Box 265, Pawnee City, 
Neb. 

Luthe, Meta, 303 S. Fifth St., De Soto, Mo. 

Lutz, Mrs. Florence O., 1310 N. Van Buren 
St., Allentown, Pa. 

Lyerly, Mrs. J. M. S., 400 Heilig Ave., 
Salisbury, N. C. 

M 

Malkemus, Mathilda, 411 N. Kansas St., 
Edwardsville, Ill. 

Mangelsdorf, Mrs. W., West Point, Nebr. 

Marks, Mary, 123 Linden St., Allentown, 
Pa. 

Marten, Barbara, 5610 Enright Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Martin, Dora, 730 E. 14th St., Davenport, 
Iowa 

Martin, Emma, 925 Harcourt Road, Grosse 
Pointe 30, Mich. 

Martin, Sarah C., 311 Cherry St., Galion, 
Ohio 

Martz, Laura, Liberty Center, Ohio 

Mathes, Mrs. Meta B., 2307 Mt. Vernon 
Ave., Youngstown 2, Ohio 

Maul, Mathilda D., 558 Washington Road, 
Grosse Pointe 30, Mich. 

Mayer, Olivia L., 104 E. Winter St., Dan¬ 
ville, Ill. 

McKee, Carrie Strock, 111 E. Market St., 
York, Pa. 

Meckstroth, Katherine, Esterly, Pa. 

Meier, Ella, Memorial Home Community, 
Penney Farms, Fla. 

Meiller, Bertha, R. 1, Box 295, Bryan, 
Texas 

Meischner, G. H., 700 Gilham St., Philadel¬ 
phia 11, Pa. 

Meisenhelder, Ida, 6625 E. 10th St., Indi¬ 
anapolis 19, Ind. 

Melicks, Edith, Unadilla, N. Y. 

Menzel, Emma E., 2951 Tilden St.. N.W., 
Washington 8, D. C. 

Mernitz, Mrs. R., 1662 School St., Chicago 
Heights, Ill. 

Messner, Mrs. E. B., 7040 Woodland Ave., 
Philadelphia 42, Pa. 

Meyer, Mrs. Alfred E., 2030 Pensacola 
Ave., Chicago, Ill. 

Meyers, Mrs. Chas. E., 420 State St., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. 

Michael, Mrs. A. J., 743-6th St., Apt. 2, 
Charleston, Ill. 

Michel, Mrs. J. A., 3340 N. Kilbourne Ave.. 
Cragin Sta., Chicago, Ill. 

Middleton, Amelia, 250 Fillmore St., Day- 
ton 10, Ohio 


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Miller, Estelle S., 521 Maple St., Bethlehem. 
Pa. 

Miller, Mrs. Harlan J., 1023% Brown St., 
Dayton 9, Ohio 

Miller, Mrs. William H., 628 E. Walnut 
St., Lewistown, Pa. 

Millhouse, Amelia S., 6306 Torresdale Ave., 
Philadelphia 35, Pa. 

Moeller, Mrs. Herman H., 806 Randall St.. 
Downers Grove, Ill. 

Mohri, Emma, Bensenville, Ill. 

Moor, Mrs. O. B., 1923 Denune Ave., Colum¬ 
bus, Ohio 

Moore, Edna S., 42 W. Fourth St., Lans- 
dale, Pa. 

Moritz, Olga, 3602 N. 32nd St., Cleveland. 
Ohio 

Most, Mrs. R. A., 4527 Kenilworth Ave., 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Moyer, Mrs. Samuel E., 304 W. Main St., 
Myerstown, Pa. 

Moyer, Anna L., 27 Fairview St., Boyer- 
town, Pa. 

Muehlinghaus, Anna A., 535 Leopard St., 
Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Mueller, Bertha, c/o Mrs. Anna Lechner. 
North Redwood, Minn. 

Mueller, Mrs. Emma, 804 W. William St., 
Champaign, Ill. 

Mueller, Emma, Pilot Grove, Mo. 

Mueller, Mrs. E. P., R. R. 7, Box 13, Day- 
ton 9, Ohio 

Mueller, Eva, 254 Oelkers Ave., North 
Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Mueller, Mrs. Theophile L., 4320 Randall 
Place, St. Louis 7, Mo. 

Mullan, Annie E., 1902 E. 32nd St.. Balti¬ 
more, Md. 

Murphy, Essie C., 1215 8th St., Hickory, 
N. C. 

Mysch, Mrs. M. E., 409 N. 30th St., Quincy. 
Ill. 


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Nagy, Mrs. Emil S., Sr., 525 E. Wyoming 
Ave., Philadelphia 20, Pa. 

Naly, Mrs. J. N., Dakota, Ill. 

Naragon, Mrs. E. E., 126 N. East St., 
Medina, Ohio 

Nauerth, Maria, R. R. 12, Box 393, San 
Antonio, Texas 

Neuhau8, Mathilde, 536 Arlington St., 
Houston 7, Texas 

Neumann, Lydia, 4809 Montgomery St., 
Downers Grove, Ill. 

Neumann, Mrs. G. A., 4809 Montgomery 
St., Downers Grove, Ill. 

Nickiscli, Emma H., 1001 Lindale Ave.. 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Nicodemus, Mrs. F. B., 69 Katahiracho, 
Sendai, Miyagi Pref., Honshu, Japan 

Niebuhr, Lydia, 850 Chalmers Place, Chi¬ 
cago 14, Ill. 

Niefer, Caroline, 2624 S. Austin St., Mil¬ 
waukee 7, Wis. 

Noacker, Mrs. M. M., 2002 W. 41st St., 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

Noll, Amanda, Northumberland Co., Hern¬ 
don, Pa. 

Nottrott, Louise, Emmaus Home, St. 
Charles, Mo. 

Nuesch, Theodora R.. 1468 12th Ave., Los 
Angeles 6, Calif. 

Nussman, Anna, 620 Washington Ave., Apt. 
D. Evansville. Ind. 


O 


Oberdoerster. Emma, 1 East 1st St., Ben¬ 
senville, Ill. 

Obold, Mrs. Howard, 17 S. Fifth St., Perk- 
asie, Pa. 

Omwake, Mrs. George L., Barclay Home. 
North Hill, West Chester, Pa. 


Opperman, Mrs. Mia, Eastsound, Wash. 

Oswald, Lettie N., 862 Main St., Slatington, 
Pa. 

Ott, Anna, Harvard, Neb. 

Ott, Margarethe, 1635 N. Karlov Ave., 
Chicago 39, Ill. 

P 

Pahl, Pauline, 4062 N. Kenneth Ave., 
Chicago 41, Ill. 

Pauloweit, Mrs. G. E., Theda Clark Memo¬ 
rial Hosp. and Nurse’s Home, Neenah, 
Wis. 

Peck, Clara S., 916 State St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Peeler, Lethia V., 1446 W. 6th St., Colum¬ 
bus, Ohio 

Perl, Rosina, 320 Third Ave., S.W.. Hamp¬ 
ton, Iowa 

Peters, Elisabeth, 2727 S.W. 64th Ave., 
Miami, Fla. 

Peters, Mrs. Morgan A., 140 E. Hazard St.. 
Summit Hill, Pa. 

Pheiffer, Mrs. Henry E., R. D. 1. Monroe¬ 
ville, Ohio 

Piepenbrok, Mrs. F. G., 644 Parkside, Elm¬ 
hurst, Ill. 

Pilgram, Mrs. R. J., 143 W. Coulter St., 
Philadelphia 44, Pa. 

Pioch, Mrs. O. M., 2024 Brame Place, 

Toledo 12, Ohio 

Piscator, Mrs. August, 3529 Frankfort Ave., 
Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

Pister, Pauline, Rte. 1, Box 191, Mundelein, 
Ill. 

Poetter, Iva S., Pocono Haven, Mt. Po- 
cono, Pa. 

Press, Mrs. G. G., 1117 Goodman St., Ham¬ 
ilton, Ohio 

Press, Mrs. Paul, Sr., c/o Rev. Paul Press, 
Jr., 124 Church St., Ferguson 2, Mo. 

Pretzer, Elizabeth, 10603 Detroit Ave., 
Cleveland 2, Ohio 

Pusch, Emma, c/o Ralph Barton, 2105 E. 
Franklin St., Evansville 14, Ind. 

R 

Ramser, Rosa, 3320 T St., Sacramento 16, 
Calif. 

Rasche, Mrs. Ch. T., 402 E. Wheeler St., W. 
Burlington, Iowa 

Rath, Amalie, c/o Helen Rath, 921 N. Mar¬ 
shall St., Milwaukee 2, Wis. 

Rebert, Mrs. G. N., R.F.D. 3, Military Road, 
Frederick, Md. 

Rech, Mary D., 3629 N. 19th St., Milwaukee 
6 , Wis. 

Reed, Mrs. Robert F., 528 Center St., Beth¬ 
lehem, Pa. 

Reichle, Mary, 3132a N. 41st St., Milwau¬ 
kee, Wis. 

Reimert, Mary A., Cloverly Lane. Rydal, 
Pa. 

Reinicke, Catherine, 732 W. Main St.. Kent, 
Ohio 

Reppert, Mrs. Alma, 734 High St., Decatur, 
Ind. 

Rettig, Mrs. John H., 784% W. High St., 
Lima, Ohio 

Richter, Bertha M., 974 S. Franklin, Denver 
9, Colo. 

Rieger, Emma B., 3432 Wabash Ave., Kan¬ 
sas City 3, Mo. 

Riemann, Margarethe, 1523 Third St., Gulf¬ 
port, Miss. 

Ringe, Mrs. Elmer M., 314 E. 6th St., 
Minonk, Ill. 

Robb, Anna K., 519 W. Pine St., Lancaster, 
Pa. 

Robb, Mrs. Charles E., 313 N. George St., 
Millersville, Pa. 

Robrock, Emma M. f 322 S. Main St.. Bryan, 
Ohio 

Roeder, Mrs. S. M., 866 Martha Ave., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. 


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Roese, M. Bertha, 3317 Whitney Ave., 
Detroit 6, Mich. 

Rohrbaugh, Mrs. H. J., 5210 Ira Ave., S.W., 
Cleveland 9, Ohio 

Romanowski, Martha, 3306 Jerome St., 

T^qlloc! 10 TpYJIC! 

Romeis, Bertha, 1224 St. Clair Ave., She¬ 
boygan, Wis. 

Romig, Mrs. Edwin Howard, 631 Baeder Rd., 
Jenkintown, Pa. 

Roth. Mrs. B. Howard, 276 E. Market St., 
Tiffin, Ohio 

Roth, Louise C., 966 Washtenaw Ave., 

Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Rothenberger, Clara M.. Mulberry, Ind. 

Royer, Laura M., Ill Franklin Ave., 
Palmerton, Pa. 

Rudisill, Mrs. Irvin L., R. 1, Abbottstown, 
Pa. 

Runkle, Mrs. J. M., 1621 Blair St., Wil¬ 
liamsport 4, Pa. 

Rupp, Mrs. Ella G., 323 Carsonia Ave., 
Reading, Pa. 

Rupp, Mrs. J. G., 1611*4 Turner St., Allen¬ 
town, Pa. 

Rupp, Maude M., 1604 Chew St., Allentown, 
Pa. 

Russom, Mrs. Carl J., 3508 E. 10th St., 
Indianapolis 19, Ind. 

S 


Saffran, Mrs. Paul G., 6804 Stewart Road. 

Kenwood, Cincinnati 27, Ohio 
Sando, Mrs. E. M., 333 High St.. Hanover, 
Pa. 

Satzinger, Asta E., 1096 Steuben, Pasadena 

5, Calif. 

Sauer, Emma, 500 E. 54th St., Kansas City 
4, Mo. 

Schacht, Edith May, 744 Manor St., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. 

Schaefer, Alvina, 613 E. Homer St., Michi¬ 
gan City, Ind. 

Schaefer, Alwena, 5206 Jackson St., Omaha 

6 , Neb. 

Schaflfner, Emma E., 141 N. 2nd St., Cata- 
wissa, Pa. 

Schaible, Mary M., 1850 W. Grand Blvd., 
Detroit 8, Mich. 

Schaller, Anna R., 503 N. 8th St., Vin¬ 
cennes. Ind. 

Schell. Olive E., R. D. 2, Norristown. Pa. 
Schellhase, Mrs. Adam E., Pillow. Pa 
Scherger. Bertha, 841 Countv Line Road, 
Gary, Ind. 

Scheuber, Frida, 3352 N. Claremont, Chi¬ 
cago 18. Ill. 

Schick, Mrs. Herman J., 8424 S. Ingleside 
Ave., Chicago 19, Ill. 

Schild, Wilhelm in e. Wheel Chair House. 

2746 Delaware Ave.. Ivenmore 17. N. Y 
Schlueter, Mrs. M„ 7754 S. Saginaw Ave., 
Chicago 49, Ill. 

Schlunk. Bertha, Box 392, R. R. 12, San 
Antonio 4, Texas 

Schmeisser, Paula, Ernmaus Home, St. 
Charles. Mo. 

Schmid. Ida, R. 2. Hayward. Wis. 

Schmidt. Alma, 1521 N. 58th St., Milwau¬ 
kee, Wis, 

Schmidt, Mrs. Henry, 1998 Torbenson Dr., 
Cleveland. Ohio 

Schmidt. Marie, 6061 Chicago Road, War¬ 
ren, Mich. 

Schmitt, Mrs. Jacob, 38 Chestnut Drive, 
Packanack Lake. N. J. 

Schoettle, Mrs. Jacob, 513 Ontario St., 
Schenectady 6. N. Y. 

Schoppe, Mrs. Matilda, Millstadt, Ill. 
Schreiber. Mrs. F. Robert, 1850 West Grand 
Blvd.. Detroit 8. Mich. 

Schroedel, Mrs. Max, c/o W. F. Schroedel. 
Coflfeen, Ill. 

Schroeder, Mrs. H., 537 N. Porter St., Slater, 
Mo. 


Schroer, Maria M., 1205 S. 6th St., Norfolk, 
Nebr. 

Schuetze, Minna, c/o C. D. Sallis, 2141 
W. Becker St., Milwaukee 7, Wis. 

Schuh, Anna B., 1624 1 / 4 11th St., Monroe, 
Wis. 

Schulmeistrat, Frieda E., 1st St., Bensen- 
ville, Ill. 

Schultz, Helen, c/o Mrs. August Recker, 
R. R. 1, Box 19, Venedy, Ill. 

Schulz, Elizabeth, 330 Payne Ave.. N. Ton- 
awanda, N. Y. 

Schulz, Mrs. Ernestine R., 405 S. Market 
St., Waterloo. Ill. 

Schulz, Mrs. Mary E.. 73 Primrose Ave., 
Floral Park. L. I., N. Y. 

Schwedes, Clara C., Hamilton Rd., Morris¬ 
town, N. J. 

Schweickhardt, Kate, 2509 Evergreen, 
Phoenix. Ariz. 

Settlage, Alice, New Knoxville, Ohio 

Seybold. Mrs. Ernst, 1506 Walnut St., Hig- 
ginsville, Mo. 

Shepardson, Loula Nelson, R. R. 1, Stras- 
burg. Pa. 

Shepley, Mrs. James R., Cedar Crest Col¬ 
lege, Allentown, Pa. 

Shults. Clara W„ 2143 N. Main St., Dayton, 
Ohio 

Shupe, Mrs. C. George, 506 S. Pittsburgh 
St., Connellsville. Pa. 

Slinghoff. Sallie T., 60 N. Franklin St., 
Pottstown, Pa. 

Slupianek. Martha, Ernmaus Home, St. 
Charles, Mo. 

Smith, Mrs. Henry N., 430-6th St., N.W.. 
Canton. Ohio 

Smith, Mathilda, c/o Mrs. J. Dallahite, 1508 
Sycamore St., San Marcas, Texas 

Snepp, Mrs. S. E., 3307 N. 33rd St., Day- 
ton, Ohio 

Snyder. Irene, 1140 Fig Ave., Lancaster, 
Calif. 

Snyder, Malinda E., R. D. 2, Box 268. 
Greensburg, Pa. 

Snyder, Mrs. Wm. H.. Western Ave. at 
Cunningham Ave., Glen Falls, N. Y. 

Sommerlatte, Mrs. Ewald, 735 Fifth St., 
North, St. Petersburg 4. Fla. 

Sonneborn. Elsa, 2874 Werr Road, Cin¬ 
cinnati. Ohio 

Souder, Lucetta, 510 E. Broad St., Louis¬ 
ville, Ohio 

Souders, Mrs. D. A., 523 W. King St., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. 

Spangenberg. Mrs. H., 911 N. Main St., 
Fostoria, Ohio 

Spangler, Mrs. Minnie, 311 Derry St., Har¬ 
risburg, Pa. 

Spink. Mrs. Harry V.. 1623 E. Lewis St., 
Philadelphia 24, Pa. 

Stadelmann, Rosa, c/o Miss M. Scheidell, 
Jeffersonville, N. Y. 

Stahl. Mrs. .T. P., 1226 S. Linden Ave., 
Alliance, Ohio 

Stamer, Alma. Box 676, Warren, Ariz. 

Staudt, Mrs. C. K., 310 Southway, Balti¬ 
more 18, Md. 

Stech, Mrs. Emil J.. c/o Mr. C. Burgeson, 
202 Elm Tree Rd., Austin, Minn. 

Steger. Sophia. Box 35. Rising City, Nebr. 

Stein, Mrs. Samuel H., 1529 N. Second St., 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Steiner, Bertha, Box 64, Marvell, Ark. 

Steinmark. Mrs. Fr. F.. 4564 Lincoln St.. 
Denver, Colo. 

Stelzig, Mrs. E.. 220 Drake St., San Fran¬ 
cisco 24, Calif. 

Stem, Mrs. George P. 1767 Main St., North¬ 
ampton. Pa. 

Stibitz. Mildred A., 37 Seminary Ave., Day- 
ton 3, Ohio 

Stienecker. Mrs. Alma, 7329 Silverado Trail, 
Napa, Calif. 


44 


Stone, Nellie C., 1247 N. 55th St., Phila¬ 
delphia. Pa. 

Stoudt, Elizabeth A., 1054 Tilghman St.. 
Allentown, Pa. 

Stoyer, Bessie E., Tremont, Schuylkill Co.. 
Pa. 

Strasbaugh, Mrs. Edna I., 1823 Virginia 
Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 

Strassburger, Mrs. Ernest J., State Teach¬ 
ers’ College, Millersville, Pa. 

Streich, Alma, 317 E. 187th St., Bronx, New 
York City 57, N. Y. 

Sturm, Mrs. C. F., Berger, Mo. 

Suger, Mrs. H. Enslin, 540 Herbert St., 
Pasadena 6, Calif. 

Swartz, Mrs. .John B., 120 Lawn Ave., 
Sellersville, Pa. 

Swedes, Mrs. G. A., Hamilton Rd., Morris¬ 
town, N. J. 

Sykes, Mrs. W. E., Hannastown, Pa. 


T 


Thomas, Mrs. Paul, Elkhart Lake, Wis. 
Toerne, Auguste von, 1636 Kenyon St., 
N.W., Apt. 1, Washington 10, D. C. 
Traeger, Dora, Box 233, Baxter, Iowa 
Traeger, Emma, 1734 Doty St., Oshkosh. 
Wis. 


U 


Umbeck, Mrs. F. Paul, 208 Woodside Road, 
Riverside, Ill. 

Uhrland, Ida, 4267a Athlone Ave., St. Louis 
15, Mo. 


V 


Van Dyck, Julia, 2220 Homan St., Waco. 
Texas 

Varwig, Mrs. J. W., 2242 Yale Ave., Maple¬ 
wood, Mo. 

Viehe, Mrs. A. E., R. F. D. 1, Hamburg, 
N. Y. 

Viehe, Ottilie, 7521 Balfour Drive, St. Louis 
County 14, Hanley Hills. Mo. 

Vieweg, Emma, 563 Maple Ave., Elmira, 
N. Y. 

Vitz, Mrs. Nathaniel E., Payne, Ohio 

Vitz, Barbara, 1231 S. 25th St., Terre Haute, 
Ind. 

Vitz, Emma, 1724 Ellen Drive, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

Voeks, Bertha F., 5561a W. Roosevelt Drive. 
Milwaukee 16, Wis. 

Voigt, Elizabeth, 5332 Park Ave., Downers 
Grove. Ill. 

VonderOhe, Lillie, 2500 Belknap Blvd.. 
Keokuk. Iowa 

Vonderohe, Mrs. Paul, 1102% Concert St., 
Keokuk. Iowa 

Vondersmitli, Netta E.. West Virginia Ma¬ 
sonic Home, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Voss, Mabel, 834 Thomas Ave., Riverton, 
N. J. 

Vriesen, Lydia. R. 1, Sheboygan Falls, Wis. 


W 


Wagner, Anna E., 507 N. 8th St.. Water- 
town, Wis. 

Wagner, Louisa, c/o G. F. Feldwisch, 
Plainwell, Mich. 

Wagoner, Mrs. C. C., 17th Vance Circle, 
Lexington, N. C. 

Wagoner, Mrs. J. J., 207 2nd St., Carroll¬ 
ton, Ohio 

Walter, Mrs. J. Grant, 808 Maryland Ave., 
Pittsburgh 6, Pa. 

Walz, Louise, 4500 Washington Blvd., St. 
Louis S, Mo. 


Warner, Ethel S., Y.W.C.A., 121 N. 7th St., 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

Waugaman, Mrs. Emma, R. D. 1, Dalton, 
Pa. 

Weaver, Mrs. Charles B., Ridge Road, 
R. D., Perkasie, Pa. 

Weaver, Mrs. Ernest E., 3815 Rosemont 
Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Weaver, Rhoda, R. 3, c/o Drayton, Cold- 
water, Mich. 

Webbink, Mrs. G. W., 1208 Washington 
St., Mendota, Ill. 

Wehr, Fleetie I.. 122 N. West St., Allen¬ 
town, Pa. 

Weiss, Mrs. Clara E., 2124 Tuscarawas St., 
East Canton 7, Ohio 

Weisse, Lydia. 5817 N. Ivenmore Ave., 
Chicago 40, Ill. 

Welsh, Mrs. George W., 29 Ross St., Wil¬ 
liamsport, Pa. 

Weltge, Margaretha, 1462 Walnut Ave., Des 
Plaines, Ill. 

Wendt, Wilhelmine, 346 W. Main St., Meno¬ 
monee Falls, Wis. 

Werner, Mrs. G. E., New Palestine, Ind. 

Werner, Sarah F., Tuscarora, Md. 

Westermann, Dorothea, 16 Woodview 

Court, Hamburg, N. Y. 

Wetzller, Mrs. W. R., 287% E. Irving St., 
Oshkosh, Wis. 

Wetzeler, Mrs. Walter R., 8356 Banbury St., 
Cincinnati 15, Ohio 

Wiegand, Mrs. Paul, Morden, Manitoba, 

Canada 

Wiemer, Mrs. H. G., 1250 Fairfield Ave., 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Wienand, Mrs. Paul, 35 Park Ave., Pas¬ 

saic, N. J. 

Wiesecke. Abbie M., 537 Minorca Ave., 

Coral Gables 34, Miami, Fla. 

Winger, Johanna, 409 N. Plum St., North 
field, Minn. 

Winter, Ruth, Heidelberg Beach, Vermilion. 
Ohio 

Wittlinger, Helen, 300 State St., Belleville, 
Ill. 

Witzke, Anna, 631-5th Ave., S.W., Fari¬ 
bault, Minn. 

Wolf, Louise, 1448 Ashland Ave., Des 
Plaines, Ill. 

Wolfe, Jessie M., 1417 Mifflin St., Home- 
stG<i(l Pa 

Wolff, Mrs. Augusta, 1609 Maple Ave., 
Waco, Texas 

Wolff, Mrs. Elizabeth, R. D. 3, Myerstown. 
Pa. 

Wolfinger, Mrs. A. D.. R. F. D., Dillard, Ga. 

Woods, Mrs. Clarence, Box 293, Greens¬ 
boro, N. C. 

Wright. Sally Brooks, 167 North Main St., 
Red Lion, Pa. 


Y 


Yearick, Ida F., Phoebe Home, Allentown, 
Pa. 


z 


Zaugg, Mrs. F. S., 336 Derr Ave., Wooster, 
Ohio 

Zechman, Julia R., Box 126, Beaver 
Springs, Pa. 

Zeliring, Mrs. J. W., 422 W. Orange St., 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Zenk, Mrs. Lydia, 145 Gesford St., Napa, 
Calif. 

Zenk, Martha H., Apt. 9, 717 Penn Ave., 
Sheboygan, Wis. 

Zielinski, Olga G., 1025-5t.li St., Fenni- 

more, Wis. 

Zimmerman, Mrs. Adam, 738 Hazlett Ave.. 
N.W., Canton 3, Ohio 

Zimmerman, N. Martha, 644 Franklin Ave., 
Council Bluffs, Iowa 


45 


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$ 336,000 

36,908 

12,000 

40,000 

225,688 

87,000 

Ajjadoag 

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$300,000 

65,000 

931,208 

200,000 

1,000,000 

125,000 

500,000 

500,000 

42,650 

98,028 

125,000 

196,720 

140,000 

350,000 

370,000 

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500,000 

300,000 

116,720 

25,968 

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$6,000 

131,598 

20,800 

56,591 

27,418 

31,777 

21,343 

17,000 

18,507 

10,997 

25,000 

63,563 

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$2,500 

2,000 

34,500 

5,000 

32,541 

4,155 

4,100 

2,942 

31,114 

10,000 

24,769 

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$10,000 

3,058 

254,383 

3.500 

4.500 

4,112 

1,165 

960 

2,000 

4,311 

10,846 

sasuadxg 

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$75,000 

19,000 

131,901 

48,557 

84,649 

19,262 

33,485 

31,006 

29,075 

28,069 

26,384 

19,750 

15,567 

10,564 

28,133 

76,295 

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30,000 

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250,000 

148,326 

120,000 

40,500 

63,000 

1,513,000 

612,719 

2,604,236 

230,000 

341,990 

1,500,000 

900,000 

807,234 

1,873,791 

716,000 

600,000 

295,559 

366,764 

931,208 

622,942 

700,000 

270,000 

400,000 

334,429 



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53,446 

300,000 

323,562 

36,224 

26,330 

947,364 

3,302 

810 

23,450 

30,300 

5,000 

4,014 

58,667 

131,382 

102,951 

85,540 

131,598 

9,465 

20,000 

21,997 


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85 

1,260 

630 

1,330 

1,170 

3,891 

858 

14,733 

85,346 

18,983 

5,909 

52,054 

34,500 

10,734 

16,000 

24,167 

1,153 

27,825 

6,238 

4,500 

3,000 

50,000 

134,000 

43,216 

53,446 

300,000 

9,896 

6,691 

3,058 

1,200 

5,300 

35,726 

1,341,362 

904,561 

221,710 

214,671 

962,348 

803,925 

566,700 

1,138,717 

698,431 

73,600 

216,728 

89,039 

91,499 

131,901 

62,190 

120,643 

19,966 

28,000 

49,427 

1,578 

18,358 

18,353 

14,213 

2,130 

3,695 

10,427 

13,988 

4,870 

10,058 

8,553 

82 

243 

73 

126 

147 

69 

191 

52 

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Committee; tor migrant work,, aisbursed tnrough the Division of Home iviissions, National council 01 Churches; for race relations 
work, disbursed through the Joint Committee on Race Relations; for rural church work , through the Town and Country Church 
Committee.) 










Corporate Titles of the Boards and Institutions 

Of the Evangelical and Reformed Church 

H EREWITH are given the corporate or charter names, together with the 
headquarter addresses, of the Boards and institutions of the Evangelical 
and Reformed Church. This information has been secured direct from 
the executives of these agencies by Dr. John W. Mueller, Counselor of the 
Church, and the editor of the Year Book in response to numerous requests 
from persons who had need of it in connection with writing wills or drawing 
up other legal papers. 

In every instance the words “of the Evangelical and Reformed Church” 
should be added to the title. In cases where Boards or institutions are fa¬ 
miliarly known by a popular name instead of by the corporate title this popu¬ 
lar name is shown in parentheses. The addresses given are those of the 
executive offices of the Boards and institutions listed. 


The Evangelical and Reformed Church 

(Incorporated under the Religious Corporation Law of the State of 
New York in the Year 1940.) 

The Boards 

Board of National Missions, 1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 

Board of International Missions,*^.505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

Board of Christian Education and Publication, 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, 
Pa. 

Board of Pensions and Relief, 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

Board of Business Management, Box 265, Scituate, Mass., operating through 
the following incorporated business houses: 

Central Publishing House, 29 69 W. 25th St., Cleveland 13, Ohio. 
Eden Publishing House, 1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 
Schaff-Heidelberg Corporation, 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 
Board of Investments, 6804 S. Union Ave., Chicago, Ill. (not incorporated.) 

Educational Institutions 

The Board of Directors of the G. E. Missouri College, Webster Groves, Mo. 
(Eden Theological Seminary.) 

The Theological Seminary, Lancaster, Pa. (The Lancaster Seminary.) 
Board of Mission House, Plymouth, Wis. (Mission House College and Semin¬ 
ary.) 

The Trustees of Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C. (Catawba College.) 

Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa. 

Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Ill. 

Board of Trustees of Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. (Frank¬ 
lin and Marshall College.) 

Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio. 

Hood College of Frederick, Md. (Hood College.) 

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pa. 

Massanutten Academy, Woodstock, Va. 

The Regents of Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pa. (The Mercersburg 
Academy.) 

Winnebago Indian School of the Board of National Missions, Neillsville, Wis. 
(Neillsville Indian School.) 


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Homes for the Aged 

Good Samaritan Hospital, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. (Good Samaritan Home for the 
Aged.) 

The Phoebe Home, Allentown, Pa. 

Eden Home for the Aged, San Antonio, Texas. 

The Home for the Aged, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. (Reformed Church Home for 
the Aged.) 

St. Paul's Evangelical Old Folks’ Home, Belleville, Ill., owned and operated 
by St. Paul’s Evangelical and Reformed Church, which is incorporated. 

St. Paul’s Orphans’ and Old Folks’ Home, Greenville, Pa. 

Dorseyville Home for the Aged, Pittsburgh 15, Pa. 

Reformed Church Home for the Aged, Wyncote, Pa. (Wyncote Home for the 
Aged.) 

Homewood Church Home, Hagerstown, Md. (Homewood.) 

Evangelical Home for Orphans and Old People, Detroit 35, Mich. 

The Church Home Society of the German Evangelical Churches of Buffalo 
and Its Vicinity, Buffalo 25, N. Y. (Evangelical Church Home.) 

Evangelical St. Paul’s Home Society, St. Paul 2, Minn. (St. Paul’s Home.) 


Homes for the Feeble-Minded and Epileptic 

Evangelical Emmaus Home, Marthasville, Mo., and the Evangelical Emmaus 
Home, St. Charles, Mo., two institutions operating under a single charter. 
(Emmaus Homes.) 


City Mission 

Caroline Mission, St. Louis 4, Mo. 

Hospitals 

The Evangelical Deaconess Society of St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo. (Deaconess 
Hospital.) 

Fairview Park Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Protestant Deaconess Hospital Association of Evansville, Ind. (Deaconess 
Hospital.) 

Evangelical Deaconess Hospital, Lincoln. Ill., (Deaconess Hospital.) 

St. Lucas Deaconess Hospital, Faribault, Minn. (St. Lucas Hospital.) 

Evangelical Hospital Association of Chicago, Ill. (Evangelical Hospital of 
Chicago.) 

Evangelical Deaconess Hospital of Wisconsin Operating the Evangelical 
Deaconess Hospital. (Deaconess Hospital.) 

The Evangelical Deaconess Home and Hospital, Marshalltown, Iowa. 

Evangelical Deaconess Hospital, Detroit 7, Mich. (Evangelical Deaconess 
Hospital.) 

The Evangelical Deaconess Society of Cleveland, Ohio. (Evangelical Deaconess 
Hospital.) 

Homes for Children 

Evangelical Children’s Home, St. Louis 14, Mo. 

Bethany Orphans’ Home, Womelsdorf, Pa. 

St. Paul’s Orphans’ and Old Folks’ Home, Greenville, Pa. 

Uhlich Evangelical Lutheran Orphan Asylum, Chicago 18, Ill. (Uhlich Chil¬ 
dren’s Home.) 

Evangelical Home for Orphans and Old People, Detroit 35, Mich. 

Fort Wayne Children’s Home, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Bensenville Home Society, Bensenville, Ill. 

The South Illinois Child Welfare Association, Hoyleton, Ill. 

Nazareth Orphans’ Home, Rockwell, N. C. 

The George W. and Agnes Hoffman Orphanage, Littlestown, Pa. (Hoffman 
Orphanage.) 


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Consecrated Deaconesses and 
Commissioned Workers 


P URSUANT to the action taken by the 195 0 General Synod that the names 
of the Consecrated Deaconesses and the Commissioned Workers be 
printed in the Year Book, these lists are given herewith. The list of 
Consecrated Deaconesses was correct as of September 15, 1951. The same 
cannot be claimed for the list of Commissioned Workers, for which reason 
any errors or omissions should be reported to the editor so that the list may 
be accurate and complete. In the latter list the address is given where the 
date of commissioning is not known. 


THE CONSECRATED DEACONESSES 


EVANGELICAL DEACONESS HOSPITAL 
3245 E. Jefferson Ave. 

Detroit 7, Michigan 

Sr. Emma Martzke Sr. Emma Marzahn 


Clifton Ave. and Straight St. 

Cincinnati 20, Ohio 

Sr. Flora Meckstroth Sr. Magdalena Dorsch 

Sr. Elise Moschel 

East St. Louis, Illinois 
412 N. 14th St. 

.Sr. Ella Jaeger 


PROTESTANT DEACONESS HOSPITAL 
600-700 Mary St. 

Evansville 11, Indiana 

Sr. Lina Appel Sr. Sophia Bartelt 


ST. LUCAS DEACONESS HOSPITAL 
5th Ave. & E. Division St. 

Faribault, Minnesota 

Sr. Amalia Klopsteg Sr. Johanna Marquardt 

Sr. Emma Kroehler Sr. Eleonore Pielemeier 


EVANGELICAL DEACONESS HOSPITAL 
302-330 Seventh St. 

Lincoln, Illinois 

Sr. Adele Hosto Sr. Louise Mernitz 


EVANGELICAL DEACONESS HOME AND HOSPITAL 
301 E. Main St. 

Marshalltown, Iowa 


Sr. 

Erna 

Schweer 

Sr. 

Marie 

Elizabeth Hopp 

Sr. 

Marie 

Woizeschke 

Sr. 

Louise 

Sierk 

Sr. 

Selma 

Buehler 

Sr. 

Marie 

Carolyn Busche 

Sr. 

Marie 

E. Crusius 

Sr. 

Wilma 

Hulsebus 

Sr. 

Elizabeth Schultz 

Sr. 

Martha Gaede 


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EVANGELICAL, EMMAUS HOME 
Marthasville, Missouri 

Sr. Emma Schultz 

EVANGELICAL DEACONESS HOSPITAL 


Sr. Rosadel Albert Sr. 
Sr. Christine Armour Sr. 
Sr. Joan Becker Sr. 

Sr. Pauline Becker Sr. 
Sr. Ida Bieri Sr. 

Sr. Charlotte Boekhaus Sr. 
Sr. Olga Borgmann Sr. 
Sr. Adelia Dickmann Sr. 
Sr. Olivia Drusch Sr. 

Sr. Hulda Echelmeier Sr. 
Sr. Frieda Eckhoff Sr. 
Sr. Mary Feutz Sr. 

Sr. Emma Fruechte Sr. 
Sr. Olinda Fuhr Sr. 

Sr. Minnie Gadt Sr. 

Sr. Magdalene Gerhold Sr. 
Sr. Anna Goetze Sr. 

Sr. Bertha Grollmus Sr. 
Sr. Irene Hanebutt Sr. 
Sr. Selma Hess Sr. 

Sr. Frieda Hoffmeister Sr. 


6150 Oakland Avenue 
St. Louis 10, Missouri 
Bertha E. Huntman Sr. 
Elsie Jungerman Sr. 
Velma Kampschmidt Sr. 
Kate Keck Sr. 

Theresa Kettelhut Sr. 
Marie Korte Sr. 

Florentine Kramme Sr. 
Mary Kramme Sr. 

Elizabeth Kunze Sr. 
Marie Lee Sr. 

Anna Lenger Sr. 

Ella Loew Sr. 

Elizabeth Lotz Sr. 

Henrietta Lutten Sr. 
Alma Marcus Sr. 

Hilda Mark Sr. 

Matilda Matthes Sr. 
Marilou Mitchell Sr. 
Hilda Muensterman Sr. 
Johanna Nollau Sr. 
Kate Nottrott Sr. 


Lydia Pahmeier 
Naomi Pielemeier 
Flora Pletz 
Gertrude Poth 
Martha Roglin 
Elizabeth Schaefer 
Alvina Scheid 
Helen Schneider 
Christine Schwarz 
Marie Sprick 
Clara Stoenner 
Edna Stoenner 
Anna Ullrich 
Margaret Van Dyck 
Hulda Weise 
Elsa Weiss 
Clara Weltge 
Loretta Wohlschlaeger 
Verlia Woltemath 
Amanda Wulff 
Frieda Ziegler 


COMMISSIONED WORKERS 


Masako Amemiya . 

Nelda M. Bode .. 

Ethel M. Bowman . 

Sarah A. Bowman. 

Mrs. Frieda V. E. Brenner 

Lillian Digel . 

Mrs. Henry Dyck . 

Vivian Florin. 

Mrs. O. Gubler. 

Lael A. Henderson. 

Dr. Albert G. Hahn. 

Edith M. Horn. 

Dorothy Jud. 

Rose M. Kniker. 

Esther L. Koch . 

Jessie M. Leonard. 

Mrs. Eleanor H. Little . . . 

Florence E. Ludy. 

Elizabeth Mansur . 

Mary Matsumoto . 

Florence A. Partridge . . . 

Roma G. Paus . 

Emma L. Pretorius .. 

Martha M. Rayne. 

Marie R. Remmel. 

Dorothy Schemmer . 

Ethel A. Shellenberger . . . 

Winifred Swigart . 

Erika Takaro . 

Ida Terras . 

Florence S. Voigt. 

Coramae Walter. 

Ernest F. Wandtke . 

Evelyn Woodland. 


. .November 4, 1945 

.June 6, 1948 

.February 19, 1950 
. . . October 30, 1945 
.February 27, 1944 
. . . .Massillon, Ohio 

.April 29, 1948 

. . .August 27, 1943 
. . . .Evansville, Ind. 
. . . October 30, 19 45 
. . . .Evansville, Ind. 
. .November 6, 1945 

.March 7, 1948 

. . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

.Detroit, Mich. 

. . . .March 16, 1947 
. September 5, 1951 

.June, 1943 

. .February 6, 19 44 
November 28, 19 48 
. . October 30, 1945 
September 24, 1947 

.March 3, 19 40 

. . January 25, 1948 
. . .Philadelphia, Pa. 
. . .August 11, 19 46 
. . . October 30, 1945 
. .February 7, 19 43 
. . February 8, 19 42 
. . October 14, 1945 
September 31, 194 7 

.May 28, 1950 

. . Freelandville, Ind. 
.February 28, 19 43 


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Register of Ministers 

As of September 7, 1951 

The following list gives the name, post-office address, the place of theological prep¬ 
aration and the year of ordination (or licensure, if not ordained) of every minister of 
the Evangelical and Reformed Church. It contains, as nearly as possible all changes of 
addresses to date shown above. The Constitution of our Church and the actions of our 
judicatories make the Secretary of the Church responsible for all records of our 
ministers and congregations. That this register may be correct, every minister changing 
his address shall notify W. S. Kerschner, Secretary, 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

ABBREVIATIONS 


Theological Seminaries 


BL — Bloomfield Seminary 
C — Central Seminary (union of Heidelberg 
and Ursinus) 

CRS—Colgate-Rochester Seminary 
CTS — Chicago Theological Seminary 
E—Eden Seminary (formerly Marthasville 
Seminary) 

ES — Evangelical Seminary, Naperville 
FC — Evangelical Academy, Ft. Collins 
GBI — Garrett Biblical Institute 
H — Former Heidelberg Seminary 
HS — Hartford Seminary 


L — Lutheran Institutions 
MeC —McCormick Seminary 
MH — Mission House Seminary 
P — Princeton Theological Seminary 
TS — Theological Seminary, formerly Mer- 
cersburg, now Lancaster 
U — Former Ursinus School of Theology 
UC —University of Chicago 
US—Union Theological Seminary 
Y—Yale 

X —Seminaries other than aforementioned 


Designations of Ministers Without Charge 


Ch—Chaplains in the armed forces 
D—Minister in denominational work—of¬ 
ficers, secretaries, editors, presidents and 
professors of educational institutions, 
superintendents and chaplains of benev¬ 
olent institutions of the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church 


E—Emeriti, retired or disabled 
G—In Christian service, but outside the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church 
I—Inactive, or in secular work 
L—Licentiates 

M—Missionaries abroad or under appoint¬ 
ment 


Degrees 

The General Synod has approved the omission of all A.M. and B.D. degrees from the 
Register of Ministers. It has also voted that only such honorary or scholastic titles and 
degrees be officially recognized as are granted by schools of recognized standing—i.e., 
colleges recognized by the Associations of Colleges, and seminaries recognized by the 
Association of Theological Seminaries of the United States and Canada. 

Synodical Membership 


C — California Synod 

CP — Central Pennsylvania Synod 

Dak — Dakota Synod 

EP — East Pennsylvania Synod 

la — Iowa Synod 

KC — Kansas City Synod 

Lan — Lancaster Synod 

Leh—Lehigh Synod 

Mag — Magyar Synod 

Mer — Mercersburg Synod 

MI — Michigan-Indiana Synod 

MV — Missouri Valley Synod 

Neb — Nebraska Synod 

NY — New York Synod 

NEO — Northeast Ohio Synod 

N — Northern Synod 

NI — North Illinois Synod 

NWO — Northwest Ohio Synod 


NW—North Wisconsin Synod 
PNW—Pacific Northwest Synod 
Phi—Philadelphia Synod 
Pbg—Pittsburgh Synod 
P—Potomac Synod 
R—Reading Synod 
RM—Rocky Mountain Synod 
SEO—Southeast Ohio Synod 

50— Southern Synod 

51— South Illinois Synod 
Sind—South Indiana Synod 
SWO—Southwest Ohio Synod 
SW—South Wisconsin Synod 
Sus—Susquehanna Synod 

T—Texas Synod 

WNY—West New York Synod 


O—Can also officiate in German 


*—Not yet received into membership 

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Abb-Bar 


Abbott, Ray E. P. (P), R. 1, Westmin¬ 
ster, Md.X45 

Abele, A. F (WNY), 626 Virginia Ave., 

Erie, Pa.0E16 

Abele, Emil F. (IvC), 706 E. Spring St., 

Boonville, Mo.OE22 

Abele, Fred J. (NI), 2600 Budd St., 

River Grove, Ill.OE11 

Abele, J. (E) (IvC), Blue Springs, 

Mo.0X91 

Abele, Ralph C., D.D. (MV), 5216 Mar- 

del Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo.OE25 

Abernethy, Richard D. (CP), Rebers- 

burg, Pa.TS50 

Achteineier, Arthur R. (SW), Box 40, 

Monticello, Wis.OMHP20 

Aclitermann, Ariel H. (Ch) (NWO), 

211th ASU, Station Complement, Fort 

Holabird, Md.OMH28 

Adams, Garnet O. (Phi), 247 Chestnut 

St., Spring City, Pa.TS45 

Adams, John Iv. (E) (Sus), 155 W. 3rd 

St., Bloomsburg, Pa.TS99 

Adams, Warren E. (Lan), 17 N. Chest¬ 
nut St., Palmyra, Pa.TS45 

Adams, Wm. F., M.D. (I) (WNY), 53 

Millwood Rd., Toronto 12, Canada _02 

Adams, W. S. (E) (SEO), Uniontown, 

Ohio .H00 

Adelsperger, Carl L. (SEO), 3510 Eoflf 

St., Wheeling, W. Va.C28 

Agricola, E. R. O. (SEO), Lowell, 

Ohio .OE05 

Ahrens, H. C. (Sind), R. R. 5, Evans¬ 
ville, Ind.OE23 

Albers, Karl F. (MV), R. R. 1, Augusta, 

Mo.E28 

Alberswerth, A. F., D.D. (MV), Mar- 

thasville, Mo.OE14 

Alberswerth, Roy F. (MV), Berger, Mo. 

.US48 

Albrecht, Martin P. (N), 359 W. King 

St., St. Paul 7, Minn.E21 

Albright, Alton P. (EP), Gilbert, Pa...TS28 
Albright, Cecil A. (MI), 2357 E. Grand 

Blvd., Detroit 11, Mich.C08 

Albright, John H. (E) (MI), R. D. 4, 

Salem, Ohio .H85 

Albright, William H. (R), 1726 Center 

Ave., Reading, Pa.TS46 

Alcorn, Edwin M. (P), Timberville, 

Va.TS47 

Alden, Joseph P., D.D. (SWO), 2401 

Ulrich Ave., Dayton 6, Ohio .U02 

Allrich, F. C. (SI), 1009 9th St., High¬ 
land, Ill.OE36 

Allrich, Rudolph S. (MV), 7423 S. 

Michigan Ave., St. Louis 11, Mo. ...OE39 
Alspach, T. A., D.D. (Lan), 441 N. Duke 

St., Lancaster, Pa.OCUC10 

Althouse, Harry D., D.D. (So), 1625 

12th Ave., Hickory, N. C.TS22 

Althouse, Paul L. (P), 15 W. Church 

St., Frederick, Md.Y37 

Althouse, Ralph D. (Leh), 78 Church 

St., Macungie, Pa.TS34 

Anderman, William H. (P), Lewistown, 

Md.TS51 

Anderson, Fred C. (T), Burlington, 

R. 1, Texas .OE31 

Anderson, Roy A. (Neb), Milford, 

Nebr.E38 

Anderson, Stanley E. (MV), R. 9, Box 

637a, Lemay 23, Mo.E45 

Anderson, Wm. C. (T), 712 Summit St., 

Scluilenberg, Texas .OEP27 

Andreas, Morgan R. W. (P), Taney- 

town, Md.TS42 

Andres, F. (E) (PNW), 9242 52nd Ave., 

Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y.OX11 

Andres, Nelson H. (Lan), R. D. 3, Lan¬ 
caster, Pa.TS46 

Andrew, Jos. D. (Ch) (So), Hq. 7 Air 
Diy., APO 125, c/o P.M., New York, 

N. Y.;.EJ30 

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Andrews, Ernest F. (R), 134 N. 4th 

St., Hamburg, Pa.TS45 

Ansley, Elmer F. (D) (MV), 1720 Chou¬ 
teau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.E36 

Anstedt, Philip J. (NY), 566 East 7th 

St., Brooklyn 18, N. Y.X42 

Antal, Arthur E. (NEO), 6295 Broad¬ 
view Rd., Cleveland 9, Ohio .TS42 

Archer, Harold E. (I) (P) . 

Arends, Edwin A., D.D. (NI), 1409 S. 

Chicago Ave., Freeport, Ill .OE10 

Arndt, Elmer J. F., Ph.I). (D) (MV), 

475 E. Lockwood Ave., Webster 

Groves 19, Mo.E29 

Arnold. J. William (Sus), S32 Third 

St., Nescopeck, Pa.TS47 

Artopoeus, Otto F. (M) (NWO), Baital- 
pur, via Bhatapara, B.N. Ry., M.P., 

India .E46 

Arvay, Andrew (Mag), 849 Harbor St., 

Conneaut, Ohio .BL34 

Asendorf, Albert S. (CP), 329 S. Bur- 

rowes St., State College, Pa.TS28 

Ash, Harold R. (EP), 937 Broadway, 

Bethlehem, Pa.TS32 

Aufderhaar, W. H. (E) (T), 2132 E. 

Crockett St., San Antonio 2, Texas..OE01 
Aulenbach, Henry I., D.D. (Leh), 1343 

Turner St., Allentown, Pa.TS24 

Aulenbach, Richard H. (Sus), 50 Madi¬ 
son Ave., West Hazleton, Pa.TS48 

Auler, H. N. (M) (MV), Yoro, Hon¬ 
duras, C. A.E18 

Auler, Harold N., Jr. (M) (MV), Apar- 
tado 17, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, 

C. A.E44 

Aultman, Paul E. (SWO), 3664 Herbert 
Ave., Cincinnati 11, Ohio .MH44 


B 


Baas, Michael (Sind), Office, 219 E. 

Broadway, Louisville 2, Ky.OE23 

Babinsky, Andrew (WNY), 696 Tona- 

wanda St., Buffalo 7, N. Y.X26 

Babos, Alexander (Mag), 901 King’s 
Highway, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Bach, Marcus L. (I) (la), School of 
Religion, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, 

Iowa .0X28 

Bachman, Adam R. (Lan), Schaeffers- 

town, Pa.TS20 

Bachman, Calvin G., D.D. (Lan), New 

Holland, Pa.TS15 

Bachman, Thos. H. (Leh), 347 4th St., 

Slatington, Pa.OTS09 

Backepstose, J. Donald (Lan), Jones¬ 
town, Pa.TS31 

Bacso, Bela P. (Mag), 607 Plum St.. 

Fairport Harbor, Ohio .TS35 

Baer, Harold C. (Sus), 131 N. 8th St.. 

Shamokin, Pa.TS36 

Bair, Lawrence E., Jr. (CP), Center 

Hall, Pa.TS45 

Bakay, Arpad (NEO), 860 Coburn St., 

Akron 11, Ohio .TS16 

Bald, Frederick W. (E) (MI), 19369 

Blake Ave., Detroit 3. Mich.TS96 

Baldauf, Robert J. (NEO), 20120 Lo¬ 
mond Blvd., Cleveland 22, Ohio .E35 

Balia, Sigismund (Mag), 7316 Baring 

Parkway, Hammond, Ind.X26 

Balogh, Stephen E. (I) (Mag), 4832 

46th St., N.W., Washington, D. C.X28 

Baltzer, D. (T), 3410 Austin St., Hous¬ 
ton 4, Texas .OE13 

Baltzer, Warren C. (MV), Florence, Mo. 

.E50 


Banks, Wm. H. (Mer), 430 N. Frank¬ 
lin St., Hanover, Pa.TS42 

Bareis, R. G. A. (MV), Billings, Mo. 

.OE25 

Barley, Alton W. (Sus), 506 Bloom St., 
Danville, Pa.TS30 










































































Bar-Ber 


Barley, Arthur W. (E) (P), R. F. D., 

Woodstock, Va.TS10 

Barnhart, John L., D.D. (E) (P), 3408 
Edgewood Rd., Baltimore 15, Md...TS97 
Barnhart, Wm. R., D.D. (D) (P), 206 

Magnolia Ave., Frederick, Md.US30 

Barr, Malcolm E. (Lan), 123 S. 10th 

St., Lebanon, Pa.TS34 

Bartell, Geo. A. (Ia), Fredericksburg, 

Iowa .OMH38 

Bartell, Henry A. (Ia), Nashua, Iowa.MH41 
Bartels, Waldo J. (NEO), 10 Pitts¬ 
burgh St., Columbiana, Ohio .OE17 

Barten, Herbert W. (Ia), Wheatland, 

Iowa . MH44 

Barth, Harold J. (NI), 112 Fifth St., 

Lincoln, Ill.E37 

Barth, H. L. (E) (SW), 1922 N. 49th 

St., Milwaukee 8, Wis.OEOl 

Barthelmeh, Donald J. (SEO), 407 Ham¬ 
line Ave., Zanesville, Ohio .E42 

Bartholomew, Alfred C., Ph.D. (D) 

(Lan), 332 College Ave., Lancaster, 

Pa.TS42 

Bartholomew, Gilbert J. (R), 307 E. 

Market St., Orwigsburg, Pa.TS38 

Bash, C. L. (Pbg), Petrolia, Pa.X19 

Bassler, Emil H. (NWO), 115 N. Frank¬ 
lin St., New Bremen, Ohio .E34 

Bassler, Otto C. (SI), 107 E. First St., 

Waterloo, Ill.OE26 

Bauer, F. Wm. (E) (WNY), 129 War- 

ham St., Syracuse 8, N. Y.OE95 

Bauer, John M. (E) (NW), R. 3, Mani¬ 
towoc, Wis.OMH03 

Bauer, Joseph, Ph.D. (D) (NW), R. 3. 

Plymouth, Wis.OMH23 

Baughman, Philip L. (L) (I) (Mer), 

R. 3, Newville, Pa.29 

Baum, Vernon H. (Mer), 1555 W. Market 

St., York, Pa.TS47 

Baum, Wallace A. (Phi), Chalfont, R.D. 

Pa.TS44 

Bauman, Albert B., D.D. (E) (Pbg), 
c/o Mrs. A. J. Dauer, 4510 Aurora 

Blvd., N.W., Canton 8, Ohio .TS92 — St.', Wichita, Kans. 

Baumann, Glenn E. (MI), 15340 Colson " ’ ’ ' TT 

St., Dearborn, Mich.E43 

Baumann, John F. (Ia), Monticello, 

Iowa .E48 

Baumann, Otto E. (Ia), Lone Tree, Iowa 

.E34 

Baumann, Robert J. (MI), 319 W. 

Genesee St., Lansing. Mich.E40 

Baumann, Walter F. (SI), Dane, Wis..OE10 
Baumer, Harry W. (SW), 218 Fifth St., 

West Bend, Wis.OMH29 

Baumgaertel, Henry (RM), 1110 O St., 

Gering, Neb.OE10 

Baumgaertel, Hy. F., Jr. (MI), 4538 

Livernois Ave., Detroit 10, Mich_OE40 

Baumgartner, Walter (KC), Elmo, Kans. 

.OMH32 

Baur, Herbert (MV), High Ridge, Mo. 

. OE3o 

Baur, Karl F. (KC), 3541 Wabash St., 

Kansas City 3, Mo.OE29 

Baur, Theo. C. P. (MV), 2 W. Jean 


Bechtold, Walter (Neb), Syracuse, 

Nebr.OEOl 

Beck, Edwin A. (E) (NWO), R. 2. Ver¬ 
milion, Ohio .McCOO 

Beck, Karl H. (M) (NWO), Yuan ling, 

Hunan, China .27 

Beck, Melvin E.. D.D. (SEO), 713 S. 

Main St., North Canton. Ohio .C12 

Beck, R. G. (Ia), 611 Columbia St., 

Burlington, Iowa .E37 

Beck, Robert F. (NEO), 2195 Arthur 

Ave., Lakewood 7, Ohio .E44 

Beck, Robert P. (MI), 1319 Lakepointe, 

Grosse Pointe Park. Mich.Y44 

Beck, Sain 1 W. (E) (Mer), 327 E. King 

St., Littlestown, Pa.U03 

Beck. Walter C. (So), 219 E. Main St., 

Lincolnton. N. C.X12 

Becker, E. J. (PNW), 3201 Wetmore 

Ave., Everett, Wash.OE08 

Becker, Edwin (NW), 743 S. Park Ave., 

Oshkosh, Wis.OE34 

Becker, Elmer A. (NW), 230-9th Ave. 

N., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.MH49 

Becker, H. (E) (KC), Concordia, Mo. 

.E06 

Becker, Harold H. (Ia), 2957 S. Ban¬ 
nock St., Englewood, Colo.E40 

Becker, L. M. (NEO), 4108 Sheridan 

Rd., Youngstown 8, Ohio .TS40 

Becker, W. J. (KC), Grand Pass, Mo. 

.OMHP20 

Beckmann. W. Jorris (Phi), 2517 W. 
Somerset St., Philadelphia 32, Pa. 

.MHP50 

Beckmann, Wm. C. (NW), R. 3, Box 

100, Plymouth, Wis.OMH14 

Beecken, Herbert J. (M) (NI), Muro- 
machi, Imadegawa Agaru, Kamikyo 

Ivu, Kyoto, Japan .E46 

Beecken, Peter H. (NI), R. 1, Box 267, 

Elgin, Ill. OE15 

Beehler, Clarence J. (MI), R. 2, Water- 

vliet, Mich.E32 

Beer, Howard W. (KC), 706 S. Market 

- -St., Wichita, Kans.MH49 

Behle, Albert H. (Sind), 605 E. St. 

v-_£atherine St., Louisville 3, Ky.E36 

Behle, Harold L. (Neb), Pomeroy, Iowa.E45 
Behrens, George E. (SW), R. R. 2, 

Stratford, Wis.MH51 

Behrens, H. A. (P), Toms Brook, Va. 

.TS18 

Beier, Edwin C. (SI), Marissa, Ill. ...OE32 
Beier, Emil H. (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo.OEOl 

Beier, Theodor E. (MV), 2811 Juniata 

St., St. Louis IS, Mo.OE32 

Beil, Howard E. (Ia), 318 S. Vermont 

St., Maquoketa, Iowa .MH47 

Beining, Elmer W. (MV), 405 Hofif- 

meister Ave., St. Louis 23, Mo.E51 

Beisheim, Arthur Iv. (WNY), R. R. 1, 

Attica, N. Y.PMH22 

Beissenherz, E. H. (KC), Wellington, 

Mo. OE12 

Belsan. Richard C. (NWO), 804 W. 

Jefferson St., Sandusky, Ohio .Y48 

_ Drive, F lorissant, Mo.ADJ310 Bemberg, Fr. (E) (NI), 3 E. First St., 

BaurT WmrrrJr. (M> fMV), 231 S. Forest Bensenville, Ill..OEMcCOS 

Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo.E25 Bendigkeit, Chr. (E) (KC), Blue 

_ . - y Springs, Mo.0X93 


SaiTCcB; - Rrobt. AT (TO,~ o N.^6Vh‘ ’ St.‘ 

Pottsville, Pa.TS13 

Baver, Clinton M. (R), 505 E. Mahanoy 

Ave., Mahanoy City, Pa.TS27 

Bayard, Charles O. (WNY), 869 E. Del- 

avan Ave., Buffalo 15, N. Y.X26 

Beattie, Walter K., Th.D. (Phi), 504 N. 

Main St., Souderton, Pa.C27 

Beaver, Chalmer G. (E) (SWO), R. R. 

1, Bremen, Ohio .COS 

Beaver, Irvin M. (E) (R), 512 Elm St., 

Reading, Pa.H91 

Beaver, Reuben S. (SWO), Somerset, 

Ohio .C13 

Beaver, R. Pierce, Ph.D. (G) (NY), 3041 
Broadway, New York 27, N. Y.X32 


Benkendoerfer. Karl (E) (SI), 409 Good- 

ner St., Nashville, Ill.OE04 

Benner, Henry A. I. (E) (Phi), Quaker- 

town, Pa.U91 

Benthin, Paul A. (Pbg), 16 Shubert St.. 

N. S. Sta., Pittsburgh 12, Pa.OE08 

Beretz, Arpad L. (Mag), 107 S. Cherry 

St., Wallingford, Conn.X47 

Berger, Carl W. (NI), 1006 S. Elgin 

Ave., Forest Park, Ill.E40 

Berger, Edwin H. (NEO), 862 Eddy Rd., 

Cleveland 8, Ohio .E30 

Berger, Russell R. G. (Phi), Linfield, 

Pa.TS45 


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Ber-Bos 


Berges, Carl E. (WNY), 174 Schenck 

St., North Tonawanda, N. Y.EY35 

Bergey, August E. (Ia), Primrose, 

Iowa..E3G 

Bergstraesser, Edward (NI), R. 2, Ben- 

senville, Ill.OE15 

Berkenkamp, Julius, S.T.D. (E) (RM). 

700 Grace Ave., Worland, Wyo. ...OMH23 
Berkenstock, Paul F. (SEO), R. 1, 

Navarre, Ohio .C33 

Berlekamp, Edwin W. (D) (NI), 3831 

N. Mozart . St., Chicago 18, Ill.OE14 

Berlekamp, Theo. C. (RM), 017 Grace 

St., Worland, Wyo.OE12 

Berlekamp, Waldo, D.D. (SWO), 65 
St. Nicholas Place, Fort Thomas. Ky. 

.OE27 

Berlepp, G. L. (E) (Sind), R 3, Stan¬ 
ford, Ky. 0X06 

Bernath, Arpad L. (Mag), 537 Richwood 

Ave., Morgantown, W. Ya.0X20 

Bessmer, Wm. C., Jr. (KC), 416 W. 4th 

St., Sedalia, Mo.E37 

Bethune, John N., Ph.D. (Phi), 4948 
Locust St., Philadelphia 39, Pa. ...TS38 

Beutenmueller, Albert (E) (MI), 109 

Oak St., Berrien Springs, Mich.OE03 

Beyer, Fred W. (SI), 316 W. Third St., 

Centralia, Ill.E44 

Biasch, Wilbert L. (SI), R. 2, Columbia, 

^-111.E37 

( Bickel, Eugene F. (Sind), 1S06 Rad- 

cliffe Ave., Louisville. Ky.E46 

Biegeleisen, John A., D.D. (D) (MV), 

119 Bompart Ave., Webster Groves 

19, Mo.OE15 

Bierbaum, H. H. (E) (Sind), 313 Van 
Buren St., Huntingburg, Ind. ...OMHOO 
Bierbaum, J. C. (la), 505 Tenth St., 

Fort Madison, Iowa .OE13 

Bierbaum, Ruben J. (Sind), 1166 S. 

Garvin St., Evansville 13, Ind.E33 

Bierbaum, Theo. F. (E) (NI), 11 E. 

First St., Bensenville, Ill.OE05 

Billman, A. M., D.D. (Lan), 1843 Mar¬ 
ket St., Harrisburg, Pa.US18 

Billmyer, C. Frederick S. (Phi), 108 

Green St., Sellersville, Pa.TS42 

Billmyer, R. Cameron (R), 23 Evans 

Ave., Wyomissing, Pa.:.TS39 

Binder, August E. (Sind), 530 Walnut 

St., Mt. Vernon, Ind.E20 

Bingaman, George C. (Ch) (EP), Office 
of the Chaplain, Marine Corps Air 

Station, Cherry Point, N. C.TS43 

Binkley, Luther J., Ph.D. (D) (Lan), 
Franklin and Marshall College, Lan¬ 
caster, Pa.XTS49 

Birk, R. (E) (C), 831 46th Ave., San 

Francisco 21, Calif.003 

Birkner, S. E. (N), Perham. Minn.E29 

Birnstengel, Louis (E) (Sind), Hutchins 

St., Cannelton, Ind.OE95 

Bishop. J. Richard (Lan), 313 N. George 

St., Millersville, Pa.TS43 

Bishop, Kenneth E. (WNY), 82 Avon¬ 
dale Rd., Rochester 9, N. Y.TS43 

Bisping, Adolph H. (Ia), 1020 Exchange 

St., Keokuk, Iowa .OE08 

Bitner, George H. (Mer), 104 W. Main 

St., Waynesboro, Pa.Y48 

Bittner, Silas P., Th.D., D.D. (D) (Phi), 

1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa.OE15 

Bixler, Wilson M. (SW), Sauk City, 

Wis.MH36 

Bizer, Arinin II. (NI), Northbrook, Ill. 

.E22 

Bizer, Carl C. (NI), 1527 Edgewater 

Ave., Chicago 26, Ill.OE12 

Bizer, Erich G. (NI), Frankfort, Ill. 

.OE17 

Bizer, Raymond W. (NI), 612 N. Cen¬ 
tral Ave., Gilman, Ill.E45 

Bizer, Robert E. (NI), 2442 Moffat St., 

Chicago 47, Ill.E48 

Black, Harvey W. (Pbg), 1412 Ligonier 
St., Latrobe, Pa.C28 


Blasberg, Ann (G) (Phi), 3601 Locust 

St., Philadelphia 4, Pa.E49 

Blatt, Frank H. (EP), 18 N. 8th St., 

Stroudsburg, Pa.TS16 

Blatt, James N. (E) (NY), Box 547, 

Bernardsville, N. J.OTS04 

Blaufuss, Paul H. (NW), 1509 Marshall 

St., Manitowoc, Wis.OE24 

Blaufuss, Theopliil (Ia), Tripoli, Iowa 

.OMH37 

Bleinker, Rudolph W., D.D. (NWO), 

Bascom, Ohio .OC14 

Bloesch, Herbert P. (NI), 2500 N. Tal- 

man Ave., Chicago 47, Ill.OE21 

Bloesch, Paul C. (NI), 538 S. Scoville 

Ave., Oak Park, Ill.E38 

Bloesch, Walter W. (NI), Monee, Ill. 

.E42 

Blome, Alvin A. (T), 605 Eleanore St., 

New Orleans 15, La.OE28 

Blum, C. Eugene (Mer), 183 Merion 

Rd., York, Pa.TS30 

Blum, Henry A. (SEO), P.O. Box 108, 

Suffield, Ohio .C31 

Bock, August (SI), R. R. 2, Box 239, 

Metropolis, Ill.OE15 

Bock, Gerald M. (SI), 326 E. Carpenter, 

Jerseyville, Ill.E51 

Bock, Paul (G) (PNW), Dept, of Reli¬ 
gion, Oregon State College, Corvallis, 

Oreg.Y50 

Bockstruck, Robert W. (MV), 2966 

Clearview Drive, Bel-Nor, St. Louis 

21, Mo.E25 

Bode, D. A., D.D. (NWO), New Knox¬ 
ville, Ohio .OMH12 

Bode, Erwin H. (MV), 3516 Giles Ave., 

St. Louis 16, Mo.OE29 

Bode, Paul J. (MV), 4323 Loughborough 

St., St. Louis 16, Mo.OE36 

Bodenman, John (Dak), Wishek, N. 

Dak.OX12 

deBodo, Charles (Mag), 526 E. 4th St., 

Bethlehem, Pa.X44 

Bodnar, Victor (Mag), 307 Spring St., 

Brownsville, Pa. 

Bodor, Daniel G. (NEO), 3036 Globe 

Ave., Lorain, Ohio .CTS26 

Boeker, L. C. (SW). R. 1, Slinger, Wis. 

..OE04 

Boesch, Hawthorne (MV), 6706 St. 

Louis Ave., Wellston, Mo.E28 

Boesch, Telfair L. (MV), 2111 McNair 

Ave., St. Louis 4, Mo.OE26 

Boettcher, Geo. J. (NI), 61S E. Main 

St., Danville, Ill.E31 

Bohn, Geo. (E) (MI), 124 North Living- 

ton, Whitehall, Mich.0X89 

Bohnenkamper, Carl C. (MV), 4341 

Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo...OE24 
Boliner, Adan A. (EP), Ivunkletown, 

Pa. TS26 

Boland, Christopher II. (MI), R. F. D., 

Wakarusa, Ind.OE34 

Bollens, John II. (NEO), 582 Church 

St., Amherst, Ohio .E24 

Bolliger, Theo. P., D.D. (E) (Sind), Box 

61, R. 2, Coral Ridge, Ky.OTS97 

Bollman, Wm. H., D.D. (Lan), 44 E. 

Orange St., Lancaster, Pa.OMHTS20 

Boltz, Theodore W. (NY), 225 Suy- 
dam St., New Brunswick, N. J. ...TS42 
Bonner, Harold W. (Ch) (Mer), 5001st 
Comp. Wg., Ladd AFB, APO 731. 

c/o PM, Seattle, Wash.TS48 

Book, Donald C. (Pbg), 320 E. Main 

St., Evans City, Pa.TS46 

Borger, John A. (WNY), 6 Alson St., 

Warren, Pa.TS19 

Bormuth, Carl W. (SEO), 612 E. Main 

St., Louisville, Ohio .HS38 

Borne, Herman G. (T), Spring, Texas 

.OE24 

Bornemann, Wesley W. (N), R. R. 3, 

Litchfield. Minn.E49 

Bostian, Frank K. (P), 3003 Gwynns 
Falls Pkwy., Baltimore 16, Md.TS34 


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Bos-Bnr 


Boszormenyi (Bessemer), Stephen M. 
(Mag), 963 Laurel Ave., Bridgeport 

4, Conn.. ..TS25 

Bourquin, Paul H. (E) (NEO), 519 East 

Ave., Elyria, Ohio .OE98 

Bowers, Edward J. (Ia), Clarence, Iowa 

.E39 

Bowers, Wayne H. (E) (P), 2335 High¬ 
land Ave., Charlottesville, Va.TS09 

Boyer, Dale E. (SEO), Canton, Ohio..TS44 
Boyer, Howard F. (NI), 1619 Auburn 

St., Rockford, Ill.TS27 

Boyer, Walter E. (I) (Sus), Pillow, Pa. 

.TS36 

Boyer, Ralph R. (NEO), 531 St. Leger 

Ave., Akron 5, Ohio .CTS46 

Brachman, Chester L. (EP), 1021 Cen¬ 
ter St., Bethlehem, Pa.TS32 

Brandon, Wm. C., Jr. (MV), 5712 Leona 

Ave., St. Louis 16, Mo.E33 

Brandt, Chas. F. (E) (EP), 5933 Marluth 

Ave., Baltimore, Md.OLOl 

Branke, Paul (E) (C), 1616 N. Mari¬ 
posa Ave., Hollywood 27, Calif.OE86 

Brantley, J. Keller (P), R. 2, Westmin¬ 
ster, Md.TS34 

Bratzel, G. G. (Neb), 603 S. Maple St., 

Creston, Iowa .OE11 

Bratzel, Paul T. (SW), 2669 N. 19th 

St., Milwaukee 6, Wis.OE07 

Brauchitsch, Wm. F. von (SWO), 729 

Campbell Ave., Hamilton, Ohio _OE28 

Braun, Alfred F. (NI). Grant Park, Ill. 

.E36 

Braun, J. J., D.D. (C), 3910 14tli Ave., 

Sacramento 17, Calif.OE07 

Braun, John T. (PNW), Rt. 1, Box 326, 

Sherwood, Oreg.US49 

Braun, Theodore A. (NI). 6824 S. Emer¬ 
ald Ave., Chicago 21. ill.E50 

Braun, Theodore C., D.D. (D) (MV), 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3. Mo. 

.OEY20 

Braun, Theo. F. (NEO), 3388 W. 41st 

St., Cleveland 9, Ohio .OE07 

Bready, Guy P. (E) (Lan), 511 N. 

School Lane, Lancaster. Pa.TS06 

Bredehoeft, H. J. (SI). 907 N. 2nd St.. 

Edwardsville, Ill.OE11 

Bredeweg, Harry (Sind), Clay Citv. 

Ind. .MH41 

Breininger, Harlan A. (Sus), Ringtown, 

Pa.TS50 

Breisch, Warren A. (P), Middletown. 

Md.TS37 

Breitenbach, H. L. (E) (C), 228 Sted- 

man PI., Monrovia, Calif.OE99 

Breitenbach. W. (E) (MI), 1846 W. 

Grand Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich.OE94 

Brendle, Thos. R. (Leli), Egypt. Pa...TSll 
Brendle, W. Scott (Lan), Denver, Pa...Cll 
Brethauer, Herbert A. (WNY), 148 

Eaton St., Buffalo 8, N. Y.OE18 

Breuliaus, Otto W. (E) (SEO). Lowell, 

Ohio . OE91 

Bricker, Geo. H. (Mer), 40 W. North 

St., Waynesboro, Pa.TS36 

Briggeman, Robert E. (Sind), R. D. 9, 

Indianapolis, Ind.E44 

Bright, Edwin D. (E) (P), Thurmont. 

Md.TS04 

Bright, James W., D.D. (Phi), 118 W. 

Fornance St., Norristown, Pa.C25 

Brillhart, Robt. F. (Phi), Ridge Rd.. 

Phoenixville, Pa.TS37 

Brindle, Ernest W. (I) (Mer), Bigler- 

ville, Pa.TS23 

Brink, G. F. (SI), Freeburg, Ill.OE15 

Brink, Paul W. (E) (KC), Hardtner, 

Kans.OE13 

Brodt, Herbert .T. (NI), 1448 W. 78th 

St., Chicago 20, Ill.E07 

Brodt, Robert D. (Leh), 625 Chew St., 

Allentown, Pa.CTS41 

Broetzmann, Elmer ,T. E. (KC), Holy- 
rood, Kans.OE34 


Bromer, Frank S. (E) (Lan), R. D. 2, 

Lititz, Pa.U04 

Brong, Wm. H. (EP), 302 George St., 

Pen Argyl, Pa.OTS97 

Brouse, Chas. F. (NWO), Sycamore, 

Ohio .C09 

Brown, Charles H. (E) (Leh), Green 

Lane, Pa.OTS10 

Brown, Nelson C. (Mer), 125 N. Beaver 

St., York, Pa.C33 

Brown. William S. (Pbg), 246 Poplar 

St., Meadville, Pa.X39 

Brueckner, Harry W. (NI), 2008 W. 

Bradley PI., Chicago IS. Ill.OE23 

Brueggemann, Albert L. (Neb), Tal- 

mage, Neb.E27 

Brueggemann, Aug. L. (KC), Black¬ 
burn, Mo.OE25 

Bruesch. Charles J., Jr. (C), 1506 W. 

51st Place, Los Angeles 37, Calif_HS40 

Brueseke, Edward W. (MI), 235 S. St. 

Peters St., South Bend, Ind.E28 

Brugh. Chas. W. (E) (NWO), 108^ 

S. Washington St., Tiffin, Ohio ....TS94 
Brumbach, Aaron L. (Leh), Kutztown, 

Pa.C08 

Brumbach, John C. (EP), 311 Market 

St., Bangor,' Pa.TS26 

Brumbaugh, LeRoy C. (Sus), 1310 W. 

Pine St., Shamokin, Pa.TS36 

Brummer, Orville F. (NI), 13039 S. Gre¬ 
gory St., Blue Island, Ill.E26 

Brundick, Wm. T. (Ch) (P), 425 N. 

Main St., Woodstock, Va.TS21 

Brune, F. G. (Sind), R. R. 10, Indian¬ 
apolis 44, Ind.OE12 

Brunn, Karl (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo.OX91 

Bryant, C. B., D.D. (MI). Chesterton, 

Ind.X17 

Bucher, John R. (Pbg), 614-6th St., 

Pitcairn, Pa.TS46 

Bucher, J. Theo. (NWO). Payne, Ohio 

.H01 

Bucher, Vincent W. (MV), Shannon- 
dale Community House, Gladden, 

Mo.X32 

Buchmueller, D. (E) (KC), 914 Frank¬ 
lin Ave., Lexington, Mo.OE90 

Buchmueller, Helmutli C. (D) (Ia), 

902 S. 12th St., Marshalltown, Iowa 

.ES32 

Buchmueller, Oscar H. (N), Barnes- 

ville, Minn.E38 

Buchmueller, Paul (NI), Minonk, Ill. 

.OE01 

Buchmueller, Theo. S. (MI), 209 Glen- 
haven St., N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

.OE32 

Buck, Albert W. (NI), 4142 N. Lawler 

Ave., Chicago 41, Ill.0X33 

Buck, C. A. J. (SI). Venedy, Ill.OL99 

Buck, Earl G. (N). 23 7th St., N.W., 
Samaritan Hall, Rochester, Minn. ...E45 
Buck, Raymond F. (Sind), 214 Park¬ 
way Ave., Indianapolis 2, Ind.E31 

Buckthal, Donald R. (Sind), Lamar, 

Ind.E48 

Buege, Henry C. (SI), Red Bud, Ill. 

.TS43 

Buelter, Diedrich (Neb), R. 3, Fairbury, 

Nebr.OMH25 

Bueneman, Erwin H. (P) 2827 Ala¬ 
meda Blvd., Baltimore 18, Md.OE24 

Buff, Karl (E) (NI), R. 1, Harvard, 

Ill.OE88 

Buffington, Chas. W. (Phi), 111 S. Main 

St., Telford. Pa.TS31 

Bunge. John H. (N), Welcome, Minn..OElS 

Bunge, W. W. (E) (N), 1012 1st St., 

S.W., Rochester, Minn.OE06 

Burger, Wilfred R. (N), 1220 N. Baird 

Ave., Fergus Falls, Minn.MH45 

Burkhalter, Donald J. W. (KC), Harts- 

burg, Mo.E51 

Burkhart, B. LeRoy, Ph.D. (D) (Leh), 

Box 350, R. 1, Emmaus, Pa.UC42 


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Bur-DeC 


Burkle, Carl (T), New Braunfels, Texas 

.E31 

Burriciiter, Emil (iaj, ii. i, Newton, 

Iowa .OMH30 

Burt, Harrold M. (G) (NW), Kexford, 

Kans.MH41 

Burns, Thomas M., Jr. (CP), Saxton, 

Pa.TS47 

Busekros, Edward H. (NI), 403 E. Uni¬ 
versity Ave., Champaign, Ill.E24 

Busse, Edward J. (NW), 220 N. Web¬ 
ster Ave., Green Bay, Wis.0X38 

Busteed, Geo. W. (NY), 8810 71st Ave., 

Glendale, L. 1., N. Y.33 

Butkofsky, Edw. O., D.D. (EP), Dur¬ 
ham Kd., R.F.D. 1, Heliertown, Pa..TS26 
♦Butosi, John (L) (Mag), 603 Indiana 
St., Hammond, Ind . 


C 


Caldemeyer, Samuel H. (E) (Sind), 1230 
Homestead Ave., Evansville, lnd. ...OE06 
Caldwell, lioyald V. (NI), 88th and 

Throop Sts., Chicago, Ill.E43 

Camerer, Irving W. (NEO), 7405 Whit¬ 
tington Drive, Parma, Cleveland 29, 

Ohio .E41 

Cameron, James C. (Pbg), 102 Brook 

St., Titusville, Pa. 

Campbell, Alexander (NEO), 826 Ber- 

win St., Akron 10, Ohio .E50 

Carbaugh, Lee O. (P), 311 Ohio Ave., 

Harrisonburg, Va.TS16 

♦Carey, Leslie J. (1) (Mag), Public Inf. 
Office, Hq. H.M.P., APO 40340, P.M., 

New York, N. Y. 

Carolus, Harry C. (CP), 424 Spring 

St., Bellefonte, Pa.TS40 

Carpenter, F. C. (C), 209 N. 7th St., 

Las Vegas, Nevada .X 

Carpenter, Huitt R. (So), Faith, N. C. 

.TS32 

Carpenter, Lonnie A. (So), Conover, 

N. C.TS38 

Carr, James S. (Pbg), Stoystown, Pa. 

.TS35 

Carvell, W. Wilson (Mer), 341 Lincoln 

Way East, Chambersburg, Pa.Y38 

Casselman, Arthur V., D.D., Litt.D. (E) 

(R), 731 N. 4th St., Reading, Pa.H98 

Casselman, Francis R., D.D. (P), 

11 Branch St., Baltimore 21, Md.US15 

Casselman, Herbert H. D.D. (E) 

(NWO), R. 3, Tiffin, Ohio .H07 

Chartron, Fritz (Phi), 6312 Shelbourne 

St., Philadelphia 11, Pa.OE36 

Chatlos, John C. (So), R. 1, Julian, 

N. C.TS45 

Chatlos, Rudolf O. (E) (So), 1989 N.E. 
181st St., Box 373, North Miami Beach, 

Fla.OMH13 

Cheek, A. Wilson (G) (NI), 206 S. 

Michigan Ave., Chicago 4, 111.TS39 

Cheek, Richard A. (So), Box 23, Rock¬ 
well, N. C.TS50 

Chesney, Roy F. (Neb), R. 1, Box 239, 

Council Bluffs, Iowa .E48 

Chidester, Brice L. (NWO), 116 S. Lane 

St., Bucyrus, Ohio ....E44 

Chidester, C. Kent (NWO), 367 Ply¬ 
mouth St., Toledo 5, Ohio .E36 

Clapp, Carl H. (Pbg), 520 Ridgewood 

Ave., Cumberland, Md.TS33 

Clark, Walter R. (Phi), 63 W. Blaine 

Ave., Hatfield, Pa.TS12 

Clausing, Moritz G. (SEO), Roberts- 

ville, Ohio .OMH22 

Clausing, Walter G. (Ia), R.R. 1, Wau- 

kon, Ia.OMH38 

Clauss, Howard D., D.D. (EP), Daniels- 

ville, Pa.OX21 

Claussen, F. O. (E) (NW), 8630 N. 

Harding Ave., Skokie, Ill.OL11 


♦Clough, William E. (SW), Woodman, 

Wis. 

Cogley, W. H. (Pbg), 409 E. Walnut 

St., Sharpsville, Pa.TS15 

Colver, Harry J. (EP), 1501 Elm St., 

Bethlehem, Pa.TS37 

Cooper, Morris H. (D) (Pbg), St. Paul 
Orphan and Old Folks Home, Green¬ 
ville, Pa.TS32 

Corl, Claude H. (P), Sabillasville. Md. 

.TS30 

Corman, E. Roy, D.D. (Pbg), 909 Re¬ 
becca Ave., Pittsburgh 21, Pa. ...TS18 

Correll, Chas. E., Ph.D. (E) (Sus), 100 
E. Broad St., West Hazleton, Pa...OTS99 
Correll, Herbert C. (R), 275 S. Tulpe- 

hocken St., Pine Grove, Pa.TS24 

Cramer, William J. (NI), P. O. Box 105, 

Melrose Park, 111.OE17 

Cranim, Wm. J. (E) (RM), 4433 Zuni 

St., Denver 11, Colo.OE01 

Creager, Alfred L. (Phi), 522 Main St., 

Collegeville, Pa.TS37 

Creitz, Geo. A. (EP), 29 N. 3rd St., 

Easton, Pa.TS29 

Crisp, Arthur G. (Neb), 1314 “F” St., 

Lincoln, Nebr.X31 

Crist, Truman A. (Lan), 226 Woodbine 

St., Harrisburg, Pa.TS32 

Cronenberg, Joseph C. (Sind), Ft. 

Branch, Ind.E49 

Cross, William H. (Ia), 419 Ringgold 

St., Sigourney, Iowa .Xll 

Crusius, H. A. (SW), 209 N. Fond du 
Lac Ave., Menomonee Falls, Wis...OE21 
Crusius, Paul N. (D) (NI), 208 Alex¬ 
ander Blvd., Elmhurst, Ill.OUC17 

Crusius, Richard E. (SWO), 119 N. Lud¬ 
low St., Dayton, Ohio .E50 

Crusius, Theodore P. (CP), Claysburg, 

Pa.TS48 

Csikesz, Tibor, Th.D. (Phi), 505 Main 

St., Phoenixville, Pa. 

Custer, Russell D. (NY), 62 S. Main St., 

Milltown, N. J.TS24 

Czigethy, Bela (Mag), 1940 Clinton Ave., 
Buffalo 6, N. Y. 


D 


Dahn, Carl F. A. (E) (SW), R. D., 

Baraboo, Wis.OMH04 

Damm, Henry J. (KC), 713 Washington 

St., Jefferson City, Mo.OE27 

Daniels, William H. (M) (Phi), 636 

Weiser St., Reading, Pa.TS45 

Danner, Nevin E. (G) (Sind), 823 E. 

, Chandler St., Evansville, Ind.TS45 

Daries, Frederick R., D.D. (Sind), 3610 
Guilford Ave., Indianapolis 5, Ind...OE16 
Daroczy, Mathias (Mag), 1946 W. 32nd 

St., Cleveland 13, Ohio .BL22 

Daub, Daniel K. (E) (Lan), R. 3, Lititz, 

Pa.TS32 

Dauderman, Laverne R. (SI), Ohlman, 

Ill.E42 

Daugherty, Francis R. (Sus), 14 E. Hol- 

lenbach Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.TS45 

Daussman, Paul R. O. (T), Kyle, 
Texas • E49 

David, Paul' O. * ‘(NWO),’ ‘ 515' ‘Superior 

St., Genoa, Ohio .OE07 

Davis, Hiram E. (So), 1904 Waughton 

St., Winston-Salem 6, N. C.TS42 

Davis, M. P., D.D. (E) (SWO), 5724 
Kenneth Ave., Cincinnati 24, Ohio .. .OE07 
Daye, Carl T. (So), R. 2, Rockwell, 

N. C.TS46 

DeBuhr, Edmond M. (NW), R.R. 3, 

Plymouth, Wis.OMH20 

Dech, Elmer A. (R), Robesonia, Pa...TS38 

DeChant, Clement W. (Phi), R. D. 1, 

Quakertown, Pa.TS21 

DeChant, Edward S. (Phi), Skippack, 

Pa.TS51 


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Dec-Elir 


Dechant, Norman J. (SW), Waubeka, 

Wis.OMH30 

DeChant, Wilson B. (Ch) (PNW), 

Post Chaplain, Fort Hayes, Colum¬ 
bus 18, Ohio .TS31 

Deditius, Vermillion F. (Neb), Stein- 

auer, Nebr.E45 

DeDobay, Raymond (Dak), Streeter, 

N. D.MH41 

Deitz, Purd E., D.D. (D) (MV), 1720 

Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.C21 

DeLong, Calvin M., D.D. (Leh), East 

Greenville, Pa.OTS03 

DeLong, Irwin H., Ph.D., D.D. (E) 
(Lan), 637 N. School Lane, Lancas¬ 
ter, Pa.OTS09 

Delp, Robert W. (P), E. Broadway, 

Hagerstown, Md.TS51 

Denbeaux, Fred J. (I) (NY), Wellesley 

College, Wellesley, Mass.US40 

Derendinger, Ernst, Ph.D. (L) (E) (So), 

3011 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami 35, Fla...OBL08 
Detroy, Karl M. (SWO), 801 Overton 

St., Newport, Ky.E38 

Dettbarn, Ernst J. F. (P), 2005 Bryant 

Ave., Baltimore 17, Md.OE13 

Dettman, Albert (E) (C), 225 Anza- 

Vista Ave., San Francisco 15, Calif. 

.0X98 

Detwiler, Arthur R. (So), Lenoir, N. C. 

.TS45 

Detwiler, Laurin E. (MV), R.R. 2, St. 

Charles, Mo.E51 

Deuschle, F. (E) (MV), Hermann, Mo. 

.OE09 

Dewald, H. A. (E) (So), 2258 McDon¬ 
ough Rd., S.E., R. 12, Atlanta, Ga. ..0X05 
Dickbernd, Elmer II. (MV), 8930 Eden 

Ave., A If ton 23. Mo.OE31 

Dickey, Robert E., Jr. (Pbg), R.D. 7, 

Butler, Pa.TS45 

Dickman, H. E. Walter (E) (Sind), 
c/o Huntman Funeral Home, Staun¬ 
ton, Ill.OE05 

Dickmann, J. W. (Sind), 25 Walker St., 

Shelbyville, Ind.OE16 

Dieffenderfer, John P. (E) (EP), 1904 

Hay Terrace, Easton, Pa.TSOO 

Diehl, Walter H. D.D. (EP), 152 S. 

Broad St., Nazareth, Pa.C21 

Diehm, Frederick H., D.D. (E) (NEO), 

3119 Fulton Rd., Cleveland 9, Ohio 

.OMH93 

Diehm, George (NWO), Ivettlersville, 

Ohio .OE30 

Dies, H. A. (E) (WNY), 6517 Broad¬ 
way, Lancaster, N. Y.OL03 

Dieter, Gerald W. (CP), 20 Oak St., 

Lewistowm, Pa.TS38 

Dietrich, Emory M., D.D. (D) (Pbg), 
Lincoln Hwy., East McKeesport. Pa. 

.TS12 

Dietrich, Paul F. (E) (Neb), Calumet, 

Iowa .OE08 

Dietrich, Siegfried F. (Neb), Calumet, 

Iowa .MH47 

Dietrich, Wm. II. (I) (R), 156 S. 3rd 

St., Hamburg, Pa.TS20 

Dietz, Alvin F. (CP), Aaronsburg, Pa. 

.TS19 

Dillenberger, John P., Ph.D. (G) (NY), 

83 Lee Place, West Englewood, N. J. 

.US43 

Diller, Robert G. (SEO), 1326 S. Linden 

Ave., Alliance, Ohio .E36 

Dilliard, Robert A. (CP), 558-57th St.. 

Altoona, Pa.TS42 

Dillinger, George E. (Phi), 25 E. Gowen 

Ave., Philadelphia 19, Pa.C33 

Dinkmeyer. Henry W.. D.D (D) (NI), 
Elmhurst College, Elmhurst 19, Ill. 

.OEYUC14 

Dippel, John (E) (T), 4916 Blossom 

St., Houston 7, Texas .OE11 

Dippell, Victor W., Ph.D., Litt.D. (E) 
(Lan), 520 President Ave., Lancaster, 

Pa.TS02 


Ditter, Rudolph C. (NEO), 4515 W. 
130th St., West Park, Cleveland 11, 

Ohio .0X03 

Dittes, Norman C. (Phi), 5530 N. 4th 

St., Philadelphia 20, Pa.TS23 

Ditzler, Hajold E. (Phi), 428 W. Main 

St., Lansdale, Pa.TS31 

Dobbs, J. Earl (Pbg), R. D. 3, Meyers- 

dale, Pa.C20 

-Dodd, Gilbert B. (L) (SWO) . 

Doellefeld, Aug. (E) (MV), 2128 Mc- 

Causland Ave., St. Louis, Mo.OE07 

Doellefeld, James F. M. (SW), 401 S. 

Madison Ave., Lancaster, Wis.E45 

Doenges, Otto C. (NWO), 159 Tous- 

saint St., Oak Harbor, Ohio .OE29 

Doerres, H. N. (I) (SEO), 121 W. 7th 

St., Rear, Dover, Ohio .L19 

Dohrmann, Leonard B. (Ch) (MV), 
Chaplain’s Office, U.S.S. Gen. J.C. 
Breckenridge Tap-176, c/o FPO, San 

Francisco, Calif.E45 

Dollefeld, Fred II. (SWO), 149 Market 

St., Aurora, Ind.OE16 

Dorman, Jas. H. (I) (Lan), 1623 North 

St., Harrisburg, Pa.TS16 

Dorn, F. L.. Ph.D. (E) (C), 405 E. Pine 

St., Altadena, Calif.OE89 

Dotterer, Ray H., Ph.D. (E) (CP), 825 
W. Foster Ave., State College, Pa...TS09 
Dresch, Lester W. R. (SEO), Loudon- 

ville, Ohio .E43 

Drews, Edward W. C. (MI), 13206 Bir- 

wood Ave., Detroit, Mich.E38 

Drucker, Fred J. (NI), 215 Logan Ave.. 

Dixon, Ill.OMH38 

Duchow, Armin A. (SW), 514 School 

St., Kohler, Wis.MH47 

Duensing, Geo. (Neb). 1603 2nd Corso. 

Nebraska City. Nebr.OE03 

Duhan, Henry (Ch) (la), Base Chapel, 
Bergstrom Air Force Base, Austin, 

Texas.E38 

Duhl, Frederick W. (WNY), Wayland. 

N. Y..0X24 

♦Dumin, August (T), R.F.D 1, Marlin, 

Dumstrey, Herbert (Ch) (Phi). 1223 N. 

Fairwater Drive, Norfolk 8. Va.Xll 

Dundore, Paul J., Ph.D.. D.D. (E) (R), 

1000 11th St., N., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

.TS02 

Dunn, David. D.D. (D) (Lan), 519 N. 

Pine St., Lancaster, Pa.Y16 

Dunn, H. Stanley (WNY), 30 Ellicott 

St., Cattaraugus. N. Y...TS51 

Duzen. Norman W. (WNY), 528 High 
St., Buffalo, N. Y.Y48 


E 

Ebeling, Arthur F. (Ia), 1319 Payson 

Ave., Quincy, Ill.E36 

Ebert, Laverne E. (MV), 2506 Benton 

St., St. Louis 6, Mo.E42 

Eckert, Michael J. (SWO), 248 Wroe 

Ave.. Dayton 6, Ohio .C31 

Egbert, Orval (NW), 110 Reed St., 

Chilton, Wis.MH36 

Egger, John (E) (PNW), 0926 S. W. 

29th Ave., Portland 19. Oregon.. .OMH11 
Egger, Oscar A. (NI), 6554 N. Rock- 

w'ell St.. Chicago 45, Ill.OE26 

Egry. Ladislaus (Mag), 4822 Kennedy 

Ave., East Chicago, Ind.X33 

Elilraan, Dobbs F.. Ph.D., D.D. (D) 
(Phi). 905 Schaff Bldg.. 1505 Race 

St., Philadelphia 2, Pa.C26 

Ehret, Harry .T., D.D. (EP), 1412 Lenox 

Ave., Bethlehem, Pa.TJ03 

Ehret, Lester A. (Ch) (Leh), 707th 

A.A.A., Camp Stew'art. Ga.TS40 

Ehrgood, George A., LL.D. (R), Gib¬ 
raltar, Pa.TS15 

Ehrliart, Elden E. (Lan), Millersburg, 

R. 1, Pa.TS42 


60 









































































Ehr-Fl© 


Ehrhart, John H. (CP), 51 N. 3rd St., 

Lewisburg, Pa.TS43 

Eiben, Edwin O. (T), It, 3, Manor, Texas 

.OE36 

Eichhorn, Jacob (MI), 1512 Maine St., 

Saginaw, Midi.0X24 

Eiermann, F. W. A., Ph.D. (E) (MV), 

2001 Sylvan Hills ltd., North Little 

ltock, Ark.OL94 

Eigenrauch, Edwin A. (SI), R. R. 1, 

Lenzburg, Ill.E25 

Eilers, Roy J. (Ia), Box 682, Alden, 

Iowa .E38 

Eisen, Theophilus (E) (MI), 51 State 

St., Niles, Mich.OE03 

Eiserer, Herman (E) (NI), 7150 S. 

Emerald Ave., Chicago, Ill.OCTSIO 

Elbring, Orville L. (D) (MV), 475 E. 
Lockwood Ave, Webster Groves 19, 

Mo.OE27 

Ellerbrake, Geo. P. (T), 930 Marengo 

St., New Orleans 15, La.OE25 

Elliker, Ruben R. (NWO), 112 Boston 

St., Galion, Ohio .OMH19 

Elshoff, August H. (PNW), Tillamook, 

Oregon .OMH23 

Elshoff, Elmer J. (Sind), 1612 Story 

Ave, Louisville, Ky.OMH33 

Ely, D. Jas. (I) (CP), Manns Choice, 

Pa.Cll 

Ely, George Iv. (E) (P), 2000 Park 

Ave., Baltimore 17, Mo.OTS06 

Emigholz, Christian (T), Weimar, Tex¬ 
as .OE95 

Enders, Chas., D.D. (E) (P), 703 N. 

Ivy St., Arlington, Va.OE07 

Engelbrecht, Glen D. (Sind), R. R. 1, 

Browns, Ill.OE25 

Engelmann, Alvin O. (KC), 512 Shawnee 

St., Hiawatha, Ivans.MH29 

Englemann, Gerson S., D.D. (SWO), 

4038 Taylor Ave., Cincinnati 9. Ohio..C30 
Englemann, Marcus J. (SWO), 210 

Miami St., Piqua, Ohio .C29 

Englemann, Otto J. (E) (Neb), 919 W. 
Milwaukee Ave., Storm Lake, Iowa 

.OMH97 

Englemann, Victor W. (Neb), Tilden, 

Nebr.MH47 

Engelsdorfer, Frederick H. (MI), It. 1. 

Saline, Mich.OE24 

Engle, E. Earl (NWO), 514 S. San¬ 
dusky Ave., Upper Sandusky, Ohio..C13 
Englert, Donald M. C., Ph.D. (D) (Lan), 

631 College Ave., Lancaster, Pa.OP34 

Erbes, John (RM), 1515 W. Broadway, 

P. O. Box 337, Mitchell, Nebr.OFC17 

Erdey, Frank J. (SW), 2735 N. 40th St., 

Milwaukee 10, Wis.MH39 

Erdman, Lee M., D.D. (R), 850 N. 11th 

St., Reading, Pa.TS07 

Ernst, A. C. (E) (KC), 31st and Blue 
Ridge Sts., Rte. 9, Kansas City, Mo. 

.OEHS06 

Ernst, John L., Ph.D. (D) (MI). Supt. 

Ev. Deaconess Hospital, 3245 E. Jef¬ 
ferson Ave., Detroit 7, Mich.OE08 

Ernst, Karl J., Ph.D., D.D. (D) (NW), 

R. 3, Plymouth, Wis.0X09 

Ernst, Martin E. (KC), R. R. 2, U. S. 

Hwy. 71, Parkville. Mo.OE32 

Eroh, Russell C., Ph.D. (Pbg), 320 S. 

Maple Ave., Greensburg. Pa.TS32 

Eshmeyer, R. E. (NEO), 2592 Robindale 

St., Akron 5, Ohio .C24 

Essebaggers, Theo. (M) (NY), Raipur, 

C. P., India . X32 

Everline, Lewis E. (So), P. O. Box 936, 

Kannapolis, N. C.TS48 

Eversman, Florenz H. (NW), Cecil, Wis. 

.OMH26 

Eyster, Frederick D. (P), 52 Broad¬ 
way, Hagerstown, Md.TS28 


F 


Fabian, Eli It. (Pbg), It. D. 2, Fre- 

donia, Pa.TS39 

♦Fackre, Gabriel (Pbg), 104 S. 7tli St., 

Duquesne, Pa. 

Fager, Edward D. (NEO), R. D. 5, 

Lisbon, Ohio.CIS 

Falirenkamp, Fred (Sind), 1920 W. Jef¬ 
ferson St., Louisville 3, Ky.E30 

Fahringer, Elmer E. (NWO), R. D., 

Auburn, Pa.TS3S 

Farmer, Clifford G. (Sind), R. D. 1, 

Carmi, Ill.E50 

Faulds, Raymond A. (Pbg), 403 N. 

Mechanic St., Cumberland, Md.TS50 

Faust, Allen Iv., Ph.D. (E) (Leh), 
Phoebe Home, 1901 Turner St., Al¬ 
lentown, Pa.TS00 

Faust, David E., Ph.D. (D) (So), Ca¬ 
tawba College, Salisbury, N. C.Y45 

Faust, Lawrence S. (E) (SW), 2716-19th 

St., Racine, Wis. ..TS93 

Fauth, Robert T. (MI). 2270 W. Grand 

Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich.OE40 

Faye, Edwin N., Jr. (Ch) (Phi), USNR, 
Senior Chaplain, Naval Air Test Sta¬ 
tion, Patuxent River. Md.C27 

Feather, Dean R. (Mer), Blain, Pa...TS41 
Feather, Nevin H. (So), R. 1, Clare¬ 
mont, N. C.TS51 

Feierabend, Herman A., D.D. (M) (N), 

Ivhariar, Orissa, India .OE12 

Feller, Wm. C. (MI), 310 W. Jackson 

St., Decatur, Ind.MH31 

Felton, Lawrence L. (Phi), 2113 W. 

Porter St., Philadelphia 45, Pa.TS51 

Fenske, Herman A. (WNY r ), 372 Mc¬ 
Kinley Parkway, Buffalo 20, N. Y....E26 
Fenstermacher, Harry F. (Ch) (Phi), 
NAAS Oceana, Virginia Beach, Va...TS40 
Ferguson, Lowell E. (KC), Bern, Kans. 

.MH47 

Fesperman, Franklin L. (C), 507 22nd 

Ave., San Francisco 21, Calif.C19 

Fesperman, Harvey A., D.D. (So), 210 

Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C.C16 

Fesperman, Hoy L. (So), Box 2526, 

Greensboro, N. C.C27 

Fetterolf, Geo. P. (I) (CP), Beaver 

Springs, Pa.TS38 

Filipi, Milo, Ph.D., S.T.D. (Ia), 1504 
Second St., S.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

.CTS11 

Firme, Vernon E. (Phi), 2631 Fillmore 

St., Philadelphia 37, Pa.TS46 

Fischer, A. C. (NW), 1016 S. 9th St.. 

Manitowoc, Wis.OMH25 

Fischer, Christian (E) (MI), 637 W. 

Franklin St., Elkhart, Ind.0X79 

Fischer, Frank F. (SWO), 1336 Cryer 

Ave., Cincinnati 8, Ohio .TS35 

Fischer, F. W. (E) (MV), 3415 Halli- 

day Ave., St. Louis 18, Mo.OE08 

Fischer, Philip C. (M) (SW), Ivhariar, 

Orissa, Sambalpur Dist., India .E45 

Fischer, Theodore F. (E) (P), Ridgely, 

Md. OE03 

Fischer, W. (E) (Neb), 1110 Pearl St., 

Wayne, Nebr.OE95 

Fischer, Walter C. (N), Lester Prairie, 

Minn.E43 

Fisher. Franklin H., D.D. (E) (Phi), 

6625 N. 12th St., Philadelphia 26, Pa. 

.U93 

Fisher, William S. (Pbg), Delmont, Pa. 

.TS99 

Fister, J. Blaine (G) (NY), Protestant 
Council, Brooklyn Division, 252 Ful¬ 
ton St., Brooklyn 1. N. Y.TS45 

Fitz, Geo. T. (Pbg), 531 Somerset St., 

Johnstown. Pa.TS24 

Flatter, Martin F. (NWO), Millbury, 

Ohio .OMH28 

Fledderjolin, Ernest H., D.D. (D) (NW), 

R. 3, Plymouth, Wis.OMcC08 


61 










































































ITle-Gei 


Fleer, E. John (E) (SW), 1515 W. At¬ 
kinson Ave., Apt. 1, Milwaukee 6, Wis. 

.OE92 

Flickinger, Stephen L., D.D. (P). 204 S. 

Cameron St., Winchester, Va.U03 

Flinclibaugh, Glenn (Leh), 119 N. 5th 

St., Hamburg, Pa.X 

Flocken, Karl K. (Lan), 100 E. Main 

St., Hummelstown, Pa.TS42 

Florin, Ervin J. (SWO), Farmersville, 

Ohio .OMH35 

Flottmann, J. (E) (la), R. D. 2, Sum¬ 
ner, Iowa .OE13 

Flucke, John W., D.D. (C), 8717-Tth 

Ave., Inglewood 4, Calif.OE29 

Flueckinger, Carl F. (SW), Campbells- 

port, Wis.OMH16 

Folk, Ralph L. (Phi), Worcester, Pa...TS28 
Fontana, John (MI), 3074 Fletcher Rd., 

S. Chelsea, Mich.OL93 

Forry, Alvin J. (Lan), R.F.D. 1, Rich¬ 
land, Pa.TS36 

Foster, Huxley C. (NEO), R.D. 4, Box 

385, Barberton, Ohio .E48 

Foust, Wallace W., D.D. (E) (SEO), 

212 W. Liberty St., Ashland, Ohio....H03 
Fox, Howard S., D.D. (Mer), 141 S. 

Stratton St., Gettysburg, Pa.X23 

Frank, John W. (RM), Wheatland, 

Wyo.E45 

Franke, Arno H. (MV), 33 S. Ellis St., 

Cape Girardeau, Mo.OE17 

Frankenfeld, Frederick, LL.D. (D) 
(MV), Emmaus Evangelical Home. St. 

Charles, Mo.OEOO 

Frankenfeld, Paul G. (WNY), 16 Peoria 

^- St., Buffalo 7, N. Y.OE12 

C Frankenfeld, Paul H. (Sind), 416 E. 

^- - St., Indianapolis 2, Ind.E48 

Frankenfeld, Raymond F. (MV), 102 

E. 5th St., Washington, Mo.OE35 

Frantz, Ira W. (D) (NWO), 306 Wyan¬ 
dot St., Upper Sandusky, Ohio .TS27 

Frantz, John B. (Phi), 1028 Belleview 

Ave., Pottstown, Pa.Y33 

Frantz, Nevin R. (Mer), Arendtsville, 

Pa. TS39 

Frantz, Oswin S., D.D. (E) (Lan), 205 

Manor Ave., Millersville, Pa.TS08 

Franz, Calvin W. (SW), Rockfield. Wis. 

.OMH32 

Franz, Leroy E. (N), Lewiston, Minn. 

.MH51 

Franzmeier, Paul H. (N), New Albin, 

Iowa.OMH29 

Fravel, Noah H. (P), Lovettsville, Va. 

.TS10 

Frazier, Roy L. (Pbg), Monroe, Pa_TS33 

Freeman, Chas. F., D.D. (Phi), 186 E. 

Court St., Doylestown, Pa.TS05 

Freese, Benj. F. (NI), 151 Western 

Ave., Bartlett, Ill.OE14 

Fresen, Edward H. (SI), Fieldon, I11...E36 

Fresenborg, B. M. (SW), R. 1 West, 

Random Lake, Wis.OMH28 

Fretz, Arthur (D) (Leh), 2324 Tilghman 

St., Allentown, Pa.C26 

Freudenberg, Clifton J. (T), Orange 

Grove, Texas .E50 

Freund, Harold G., M.D. (SI), R. R. 4, 

Waterloo, Ill.E24 

Frey, Robert B. (NWO), 623 Jackson 

St., Sandusky, Ohio .US41 

Frey tag, K. (E) (NI), 812 Leland Ave., 

Chicago, Ill.OE98 

Friebe, K. (E) (SI), Box 231, Brighton, 

Ill.OE91- 

Fried, Carl (Dak), Delmont, S. Dak. 

.OMH35 

Friedli, Josias, D.D. (D) (NW). R. 3, 

Plymouth, Wis.OMH00 

Fritsch, C. P. (MV), 2312 Bellevue Ave.. 

Maplewood 17, Mo.OE20 

Fritz, Lewis G. (NWO), 104 N. Frank¬ 
lin St., New Bremen, Ohio .C23 

Fritz, Stanley L. (NWO), 211 E. Carrol 
St., Kenton, Ohio .C29 


Friz, Adolf (SW), 3434 N. 24th St., 

Milwaukee 6, Wis.OE18 

Friz, Adolf P. A. (MV), Bland, Mo. ...E48 
Friz, Gerhard A. (SI), Columbia, I11...0E28 
Friz, Helmut R. (MV), 6210 S. Kings- 

higlnvay, St. Louis 9, Mo.OE18 

Froeschner, Robert H. (MV), 4138 N. 

Grand Blvd., St. Louis 7, Mo.E45 

Frohne, Armin G. (MI), 4840 Rohns 

Ave., Detroit 13, Mich.OE23 

Frohne, Gilbert P. (SW), 1522 N. Haw¬ 
ley Rd., Milwaukee 8, Wis.McC34 

Frohne, Paul P. (WNY), Lackawanna 

Ave, Way land, N. Y.E21 

Frohne, Theo. P. (SW), 1522 N. Haw¬ 
ley Rd., Milwaukee 8, Wis.OEOO 

Frohne, Victor P. (MI), 1107 Lincoln 

Way, LaPorte, Ind.OE23 

Fruechte, A. W. (NI), 2746 Magnolia 

Ave., Chicago 14, 111.OE10 

Frutiger, Walter M. (PNW), 6938 W. 

Capitol Hwy., Portland 19, Oregon..X46 
Fryer, J. Alfred (Mer), 1495 Old Farm 

Lane, York, Pa.TS46 

Fuchs, George E. (NI), Manhattan, Ill. 

.E35 

Fuhrmann, Edward W. (NY), Tabor- 

ton, N. Y.OBL22 

Fuhrmann, F. G. Walter (NY), 126 W. 

47th St., Bayonne, N. J.OBL11 


G 

Gable, Lee J. (G) (NI), 801 Erie Ave., 

Oak Park, Ill.TS31 

Gabler, Carl E. (KC), Napoleon, Mo...OE39 
Gabler, Paul G. (P), 106 E. 32nd St., 

Baltimore 18, Md.OE23 

Gabler, Theo. F. (MI), Fulton, Mich. 

.OE22 

Gabler, William C. (MV), 9801 Olive 

Street Road, St. Louis 24, Mo.OE40 

Gadow, Richard M. A. (SW), 1504 N. 

70th St., Wauwatosa 13, Wis.OE25 

Gaebe, Albert B. (MV), 410 W. Spring- 

field Ave, Union, Mo.OE11 

Gaertner, Karl E. (NI), Box 135, Bloom- 

ingdale, Ill.OE24 

Gaerttner. Geo. F., Jr. (Ch) (Sind), 

Hq. & Hq. Sq., Alaskan Air Command, 
APO 942, c/o PM, Seattle, Wash. ...MH28 
Gaiser, Geo. E. (Ch) (MI), 15 Ridge 

St., Battle Creek, Mich.C33 

Gaiser, Gottlob (RM), 217 S. 34th St., 

Billings, Mont.0X23 

Gander, Ernest (NI), R. D., Peotone, 

Ill.OMH27 

Gardner, Cleggit E. (NY), 20 Holcombe 
Ave.. Annandale, Staten Island 12, 

N. Y.HS30 

Garner, John N. (Sus), 124 W. Diamond 

Ave., Hazleton, Pa.TS21 

Garner, Thomas D. (CP), 144 W. John 

St., Bedford, Pa.TS42 

Gass, Darwin X. (I) (Leh), Schwenks- 

ville. Pa.TS37 

Gass, R. Ira (E) (Sus), 216 N, Ninth 

St., Sunbury, Pa.TS11 

Gaum, Chester W. (MV), 3546 Morgan- 

ford Rd., St. Louis 16, Mo.E32 

Gebhard, Henry E. (Mer), R. D. 1, 306 

E. Broadway, Red Lion, Pa.P17 

Gebhard. Wm. Y. (Sus), 169 N. Laurel 

St., Hazleton, Pa.TS27 

Gebliardt, G. H. (D) (Phi), 165 W. Wy- 

neva St., Philadelphia 44, Pa.C21 

Gebliardt, H. R., Th.D. (D) (MV), 1720 
Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. ...OEX17 
Gebhart, Clarence K. (SWO), 918 Web¬ 
ster Ave., Hamilton, Ohio .C32 

Gehm, Paul J. (SWO), 312 W. Greene 

St., Piqua, Ohio .OE02 

Geier, Vance (NI), 110 N. West St., 

Waukegan, Ill.US49 

Geisler, Armin A. (Ch) (C), 3650 AF, 
Indoctrination Wg„ Sampson AFB, 
New York .Y45 


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Geisler, George R. (Pbg), Yukon, Pa. 

TS50 

Geisler,‘ 6.‘ F. (I)’ (RM)\* 798 Jasmin St., 

Denver, Colo.OEMcC19 

George, Arpad (Mag), 652 E. 92nd St.. 

Chicago 10, Ill.BL35 

George, Joseph A., D.D. (D) (NI), 6804 

S. Union Ave., Chicago, Ill.OMcC15 

George, Moses N. (E) (Pbg), 615 Hazel 

Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.OTS96 

Gerber, John A. (NW), 1548 N. 16th 

St., Sheboygan, Wis.MH44 

Gerber, Otto R., D.D. (SEO), 121 Tre- 
mont Ave., S.E., Massillon, 01iio..OMH35 
Gerhard, Win. S. (E) (P), 328 N. Mary 

St., Lancaster, Pa.TS09 

Gerhart, Mervin S. (Sus), Orangeville. 

Pa.TS51 

Gerliold, Arthur T. (NWO), 21S E. 

South St., Sidney, Ohio .OE25 

Gerliold, Geo. S. (E) (NI), 301 W. Green 

St., Champaign, Ill.OEOl 

Gescliwind, John A. (P), 3810 Fernhill 

Ave., Baltimore 15, Md.E42 

Geske, Arnold W. (Ia), 323 N. Wash¬ 
ington St., Kahoka, Mo.E46 

Giese, Frederick A. (E) (P), 19 Dixie 

Drive, Towson 4, Md.OE98 

Gieselmann, Roy W. (NEO), 723 E. 

101st St., Cleveland 8, Ohio .US37 

Gieser, John C., D.D. (SW), 2938 N. 9th 

St., Milwaukee 6, Wis.OMH26 

Gilbert, Joseph J. (E) (Pbg), Box 122, 

Knox, Clarion Co., Pa.X19 

Gindlesperger, J. Earl (Mer), Shrews¬ 
bury, Pa.X22 

Givler, Samuel, Jr. (R), 3431 Ridge¬ 
way Ave., Laureldale, Pa.TS27 

Glass, Charles F. (Sus), Broadway, Tur- 

botville, Pa.E46 

Glassmoyer, Franklin F. (Mer), 210 
N. Main St., Spring Grove, Pa. ...OTS36 
Glatfelter, J. Richard (P), Ardmore, 

Md.TS51 

Glessner, Cyrus T., D.D. (Phi), 1009 W. 

Marshall St., Norristown, Pa.TS15 

Glessner, J. C. (M) (Pbg), c/o Ameri¬ 
can Mission, Kirkuk, Iraq .TS28 

Gluck. Aaron M., D.D. (P), 123 E. 

Burke St., Martinsburg, W. Va.TS03 

Gobrecht, Loy C. (Pbg), Ellwood City, 

Pa.C25 

Gobrecht, Walter R., S.T.D. (I) (SEO), 

1105 Kendall Ave., N.E., Massillon, 

Ohio .C19 

Godduhn, Geo. A. (E) (NY), Great 

Notch, N. J.OBL90 

Goebel. Geo. W. (E) (NI), 112 Marion 

St., Elmhurst, Ill.OE92 

Goebel, John (E) (NWO), 322 S. Pros¬ 
pect St., Marion, Ohio .OE90 

Goebel, J. Paul (NWO), 322 S. Pros¬ 
pect St., Marion, Ohio .OE22 

Goebel, L. W., D.D.. LL.D. (D) (NI), 
Office, 77 W. Washington St., Chi¬ 
cago 2. Ill.OE07 

Goebel, Tlieophil A. (MI), 515 S. Lafay¬ 
ette Ave., Royal Oak, Mich.OE21 

Goeringer, Howard C. (G) (Sus), 111 

Park Place, Kingston, Pa.US39 

Goetz, Herbert M. (SWO), 704 6th St., 

Portsmouth. Ohio .E30 

Goffeney, Waldemar M. (C), 3760 Mason 

Drive, La Mesa, Calif.OE15 

Gohde, J. Sherrill (Ia), Donnellson, 

Iowa .E29 

Gonser. Albert G. (SW), 3114 S. Lenox 

St.. Milwaukee 7, Wis.OE31 

Goodling, Harvey T. (PNW), 3646 N. E. 
Columbia Blvd., Portland 11, Oregon 

TS32 

Goodling, Richard A. (D) (CP), State 

College, Pa.TS49 

Graber, Myron E.. Ph.D. (I) (Neb), 

1402 S. Newton St., Sioux City, Iowa 
.H15 


Grabert, Edward T. (G) (Sind), 120 
New Haven Ave., Woodmont, Conn. ..E43 
Grabowski, Paul H. (MI), 134 E. Sum¬ 
mit St., Chelsea, Mich.OE19 

Grodwohl, Elmer A. (NWO), 313 W. 

Columbus St., Kenton, Ohio .C30 

Graeper, F. H. (NWO), R. 4, Van Wert. 

Ohio .OHS03 

Graeser, Paul H. (NWO), 322 W. Wayne 

Ave., Lima, Ohio .OMH23 

Graf, Adolph A. (NI), 404 E. Madison 

St., Belvidere, Ill.OMH29 

Grahl, Carl M. (NI), 1018 S. Maple 

Ave., Freeport, Ill.MH30 

Grathwohl, Carl H. (D) (MI), 3245 E. 

Jefferson Ave., Detroit 7, Mich.OE34 

Gran, Eugene E. (M) (Phi), American 
Mission, Ho, British Togoland, Gold 

Coast, West Africa .MH44 

Grauel, Julius F. (E) (P), 2427 Arunah 

Ave., Baltimore 16, Md.OH02 

Grauer, Gerhard W., D.D. (NI), Fuller¬ 
ton and Orchard Sts., Chicago 14, 

Ill.OE21 

Greeb, Alexander (Neb), Tecumseh, 

Nebr.OE29 

Greenawalt, Norman S. (NWO), 216 W. 

Ohio St., Vermilion, Ohio .C25 

Gregory, Paul R. (M) (Lan), 102 Osa- 
wakawara Hoji, Morioka Shi, Iwa- 

teken, Honshu, Japan .TS44 

Grether, Alfred (E) (NWO), Holgate. 

Ohio .OMH99 

Grether, Geo. (SW), R. 1, Germantown, 

Wis.OMH01 

Grether, Jacob W. (D) (NW), Winne¬ 
bago Indian School, Neillsville, Wis. 

.OMH42 

Greuter. H. (E) (SW), Slinger, Wis...OE89 
Grieb, Henry E. (Neb), 723 N. 11th St., 

Beatrice, Nebr.OMH02 

Griffith, Bruce (E) (KC), 1610 Parker 

Ave., Wichita, Kans.TS93 

Grimm, Carl A. (So), 233 Woodrow 

Ave., High Point, N. C.OMH32 

Groff, Addison H.. D.D. (P). 3606 Mo¬ 
hawk Ave., Baltimore 7, Md.TS13 

Groff. Wm. H. (P), 820 S. High St., 

Harrisonburg, Va.TS32 

Grollmus, August (NW), 1248 Lincoln 

Ave., Sheboygan, Wis.OE33 

Gross, Richard R. (L) (EP), Cherry- 

ville, Pa.TS51 

Grossliuesch, Ruben G. (Ia), Mel¬ 
bourne, Iowa .MH46 

Grossheusch, Victor O. (NW), Fre¬ 
mont, Wis.OMH21 

Grove, Arthur L. (Mer), 104 Lafayette 

St., York, Pa.TS39 

( Groves, Robert R. (Sind), 2300 Tay- 

v — lorsville Rd., Louisville 5, Ky.E36 

Gruen, Eugene H. (MV), 3rd and Wil¬ 
liam St., Washington. Mo. 

Gruenke, Rudolf E. (SW), 2367 N. 

Fourth St., Milwaukee 12, Wis.E26 

Grunewald, Harold C. (SWO), 312 W. 

Greene St., Piqua, Ohio .E45 

Grunewald. W. R., D.D. (SWO), 515 

E. 3rd St., Dayton 2, Ohio .OEIO 

Grunewald, W. Robert, Jr. (SWO), 731 

Jefferson Ave., Reading, Ohio .E42 

Grunwald, Hilmer W. (WNY), 611 

Grove St., Elmira, N. Y.E32 

Grunwald, Wilmer (SEO), Navarre, 

Ohio .OE32 

Grupe, Victor W. (N), R. 1, Faribault, 

Minn.OE35 

Guenther, Andrew (NW), 126 N. Story 

St., Appleton, Wis.X20 

Guinther, Ezra H. (MI), Francesville, 

Ind.McC13 

Guinther, Edgar W. (SEO), Bolivar, 

Ohio .MH42 

Guldin, F. Arthur (Pbg), R. D. 1, Chi- 

cora, Pa.Y36 

Gulick, John R. (R), McKeansburg, 

Pa.TS33 


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Gulyas, Chas. (I) (NY), 183 St. James 

Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.BL30 

Gumm, Glenn G. (NI), 154 E. Chi¬ 
cago Ave., Palatine, Ill.McC28 

Gumper, Elmer H. (M) (MV), 410 W. 

Tenth St., Hermann, Mo.E37 

Gunnemann, Edwin B. (PNW), 6019 

S.E. 87th Ave., Portland 06. Ore.X41 

Gunnemann, Louis II. (Sind), 910 N. 

9th St., Lafayette. Ind.OMH35 

Guthe, Oscar (E) (P), 4304 Augusta 

Ave., Richmond, Va.OMcC87 

H 

Haack, Gustav A. (E) (Phi), 6325 Has- 
brook Ave., Philadelphia 11, Pa. ...OU02 
Haag, Frederick II. (Ia). 438 8th Ave., 

S.W., Cedar Rapids. Iowa .E44 

Haas, John R. C., D.D. (Sind), 903 E. 

Powell Ave., Evansville 13, Ind.OE18 

Haas, Mansfred F. (Sind), 2209 W. 

Michigan St., Evansville 12, Ind. .. .OE2S 
Haas, Paul P. (R), Stony Creek Mills, 

Pa.TS42 

Haas, Robert A. (Leh), 4th & Walnut 

Sts., Green Lane, Pa.TS51 

Haas, Theo. L. (Sind), 2209 W. Mich¬ 
igan St., Evansville 12, Ind.OE96 

Haass, Carl G. (WNY), 192 Child St., 

Rochester 11, N. Y.OE11 

Ilaberkamp, Henry W. (NWO), 670 
Phillips Ave., Toledo 12, Ohio ...OMH18 
Habermehl, Arthur J. (MI), 10 W. Ash 

St., Three Oaks, Mich.OE27 

Hady, Albert (C), 1428 San Carlos Rd.. 

Arcadia, Calif.OTS28 

Ilaefele, Theodore M. (Sind), 26 N. 

35th St., Terre Haute, Ind.OE31 

Haeussler, Armin, D.D. (Sind), 33 W. 

Virginia St., Evansville 11, Ind. ...OEY13 
Hafer, Harold F., Pli.D. (Lan), 978 

Helen Ave., Lancaster, Pa.TS33 

Hafermann, E. U. (E) (KC), R. 

1, Box 149, Blue Springs, Mo.0X88 

Hafermehl, Garfield J. (MI), 111 S. 

Third St., Saginaw, Mich.OE24 

Hafner, O. E. (E) (MV), 725 E. Love 

St., Mexico, Mo.0X24 

Hahn, Chas. L. (I) (EP), R. D. 2, Naza¬ 
reth, Pa.X30 

Haines, Henry K. (Mer), 135 N. Grant 

St., Waynesboro, Pa.TS47 

Halfter, Wm. J., Ph.D. (D) (NI), 475 

Evergreen Ave., Elmhurst, Ill.OE31 

Haller, G. Thomas (E) (NI), 305 Orange 

St., Elgin, Ill.OE06 

Hamm, Melvin T. (P), Shepherdstown, 

W. Va. TS48 

Hammann, August E. (E) (NW), Box 

272, Elkhart Lake, Wis.OMH00 

Hamme, Edw. R. (I) (P), 158 E. Main 

St., Westminster, Md.C12 

*Hammel, Clarence B. (WNY), 308 

Adams St., Buffalo 12, N. Y. 

Hammen, Clarence F. (SW), 106 E. 
Milwaukee Ave., Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

.E27 

Hammond, Joseph T., Jr. (P), 6417 
Windsor Mill Rd., Baltimore 7, Md..TS49 
Hansen, Wendell, Ph.D. (Ia), Lone 

Tree, Iowa .45 

Happel, Robert A. (N), Glencoe, Minn. 

.E41 

Hardt, Alfred P. (MI). 907 Franklin 

St., Michigan City, Ind.OMcC21 

Harkins, Ira R. (Pbg), 608 Main St., 

Berlin, Pa.X37 

Harp, Edward B„ Jr., D.D. (Ch) (P), 
Fleet Chaplain, F.P.O., San Francisco. 

Calif.TS29 

Harrell, Walter II. (SWO), 4004 Fulton 

Ave., Dayton 9, Ohio .OMH39 

Harrison, Marion C. (NWO), 21 Church 

St., Shelby, Ohio .C34 

I-Iarrity, Grant E. (EP), 17 Station St.. 
Coopersburg, Pa.TS49 


Harrity, Ralph J., D.D. (Lan), 654 N. 

2nd St., Lykens, Pa. ..C18 

Harsany, Andor A. (SWO), 626 Blaine 

St.. Dayton 7, Ohio .• •• * X14 

Harsh, Arthur H. (SEO), 1037 23rd St., 

N.W., Canton 9, Ohio .E37 

Harsh, Harvey E. (Sind), 10th and 

Ritter Sts.. Indianapolis, Ind.C29 

Harting, George L. (Leh), R. 3, Allen¬ 
town, Pa. X44 

Harting, Robert F. (Pbg), 341 E. New 

Castle St., Zelienople, Pa.TS46 

Hartman, Albert A. (CP), Loysburg, 

Pa. ..CIO 

Hartman, Chas. R. (E) (Lan), 3520 N. 

3rd St.. Harrisburg, Pa.......H01 

Hartman, Chas. S. (MI), 327 S. Semi¬ 
nole Circle, Fort Wayne 6, Ind.Y39 

Hartman, Geo. W. (E) (WNY), Ludlow- 

ville, N. Y. ....TS98 

Hartman, Harry H., D.D. (E) (Phi), 

615 Main St., Royersford, Pa.U9< 

Hartman, Oliver S. (Mer), 803 E. Mar¬ 
ket St., York, Pa. TS11 

Hartman. Ralph E., D.D. (Phi), Blue 

Bell, Pa.. ..TS16 

Hartman, R. Vincent (Pbg), 341 Free¬ 
port Rd.. New Kensington, Pa.1S09 

Hartman, Ward (M) (SWO), Church 
Guest House, No. 1 Upper Albert 

Rd, Hong Kong, China .CIO 

Hartmann. Herman A. (Dak), Marion, 

S. Dak. .0X46 

Hartmann, Herman K. (Dak), Alpena, 

S. Dak. .OMH14 

Hartmann, Raymond J. (Sind). Third, 
Ingle & Market Sts., Evansville, Ind. 

.E51 

Hartmann. Stanley R. (SEO), Apple 

Creek, Ohio .E43 

Harto, Andrew’ E. (Mag), 21 Lexington 

Ave., South Norwalk, Conn. 

Hartwig, Carl E. (SEO), R. D. 3, Lou- 

donville, Ohio .0X30 

Hartzell, Walter R. (P), Mount Jack- 

son, Va.TS11 

Harwich. Ray L. (Lan), 26 E. Front 

St., Lititz, Pa.TS51 

Hauck, Theodore (KC), 1500 Walnut 

St., Higginsville, Mo.OE17 

Haulman, Orris W., D.D. (NEO), 207 

N. Portage Path, Akron 3, Ohio .C15 

Hauptman, Nelson W. E. (WNY), 11 

Washington St., Attica, N. Y.MH48 

Hauser, Caleb (E) (NW), 1927 N. 9th 
St., FB558GL, Sheboygan, Wis. ...OMH00 
Hausmann. Wm. J. (SEO), Whittaker 
Lane, Elm Grove, Wheeling, W. Va. 

.OE12 

Haw’k, Ernest M. (Mer), Box 105, Lemas- 

ters, Pa.TS50 

Hay, Benjamin K. (I) (P), Front Roy¬ 
al, Va.TS03 

♦Hayner, C. S. (Pbg), R. 1, Rochester, 

Pa.L 

Heater, John C. (Phi). 5740 N. 16th 

St., Philadelphia 41, Pa.TS35 

Heath, Marvin E. (Pbg), 346 Main St., 

Mt. Pleasant. Pa.X39 

Heckman, Franklin J. (Sus), Box 65, 

McAdoo, Pa.40 

Heckman. Rodney (WNY), 211 Ben- 

zinger St., Buffalo 6. N. Y.OE25 

Iledeman, John R. T. (P), 2130 E. Hoff¬ 
man St., Baltimore 13, Md.TS14 

Hedrick. Aubrey W. (So), R. 1, Thomas- 

ville, N. C.TS38 

Heess, E. G. (E) (MV), 5308 Tholo- 

zan Ave., St. Louis, Mo.X91 

Heffleger, Chas. E. (E) (Lan), 300 E. 

Maple St., Palmyra. Pa.COO 

Heflfley, Thos. L. (MI), 1706 S. Weno- 

nah Ave., Bay City, Mich.C25 

Heffner, John S. (E) (Mer), 1227 Bridge 

St.. New r Cumberland. Pa.U01 

Hegeman, Lloyd H. (NT), 6718 N. Odell 
St., Chicago 31, Ill.E33 

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Ileggemeier, 0. W. (SI), 522 E. 8th St., 

Alton, Ill.Ell 

Ilegnauer, Leonard S. (SEO), 2312 3rd 

St., N.W.. Canton 3, Ohio .X21 

Ilegnauer, Robert L. (Ch) (SEO), West 
Chapel, 2151 ASU, Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md.TS3S 

Hein, Harry O. (MV), 1110 N. Main 

Ave., Springfield, Mo.OE20 

Heinbuch, Henry (Dak), Scotland, S. 

Dak.MH49 

Heinbuch, John. Jr. (SW), Reeseville, 

Wis.OMH38 

Heisey, George A. (R), 903 W. Market 

St., Pottsville, Pa.X39 

Heisler, Arthur G. (SEO), R.F.D. 1, 

Massillon, Ohio .E48 

Heistand, John W. (D) (MI), Ft. Wayne 
Children’s Home, R. 9, Ft. Wayne 

8, Ind.C32 

Held, Henry G. (Neb), 722 Helmer St., 

Sioux City 17, Iowa .OE2S 

Heifer, Walter E. (NI), 3617 Belle 

Plains Ave., Chicago 18, Ill.E29 

Helfferich, Reginald H., D.D. (D) (EP), 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 

.CTS32 

Helfrich, Herman J. (P), 2518 W. La¬ 
fayette St., Baltimore 10, Md.TS46 

Heller, Clark W. (I) (Sus), Box 42. 

• Wapwallopen, Pa.TS18 

Heller, Ralph W. (NI), Broadlands, Ill. 
.E3o 


Helling, E. P. (MV), 2911 McNair Ave., 

St. Louis 18, Mo.E40 

Helm. Adelburt J. (T), 908 Pennsyl¬ 
vania Ave., Fort Worth 4, Texas...OE26 
Helm, Emil (NEO), 9807 Cudell Ave., 

Cleveland 2, Ohio .OE27 

Helm, Paul V.? Jr. (P), 271 Paul St., 

Plarrisonburg, Va.TS43 

Helmbold, Andrew K. (Sus), R. D. 1. 

Sunbury, Pa.MH48 

Helmich, Hartland H. (D) (Phi), 3601 

Locust St., Philadelphia 4, Pa.E48 

Hempel, C. R. (E) (SI), 17 Woodland 

Court, Belleville, Ill.E00 

Hendricks. Irvin W., D.D. (E) (Mer), 

18 N. 3rd St., Chambersburg, Pa. ...TS90 
Hennessey, Joseph B. (NEO), 77 W. 

Miller Ave., Akron 1, Ohio .X34 

Hennig, Edmond L. (Ia), 111 Lincoln 

Ave., Waukon, Iowa .OMH32 

Henning, Henry (MV), R. 3, Mt. Ver¬ 
non, Mo.OE22 

Henschen, Theo. C. (I) (EP), Wind 

Gap, Pa.OMH02 

Henzel, Eugene T. (NWO), E. Water 

St., Prospect, Ohio .OE08 

Herber, Henry J., D.D. (Lan), 752 Mif- 

lin St., Lebanon, Pa.C14 

Herbert, George E. (Phi), Richland- 

tow’n, Pa.TS37 

Herbrecht, Otto G. (KC), 232 W. 9th 

St., Junction City, Ivans.C09 

Herbster, Ben M., D.D. (SWO), 2330 
Sherw r ood Lane, Norwood 12, Ohio...C29 
Herbster, John L. (Leh), College Hill, 

Kutztow r n, Pa.TS28 

Herczegh, Jos. (C), 3225 Arrowhead 

Ave., San Bernardino, Calif.TS23 

Herman, Alfred .T. (E) (Pbg), 1116 De 

Victor Place, Pittsburgh 6, Pa.TS07 

Herman, Robert J. (SI), 111 W. “B" 

St., Belleville, Ill.E46 

Hermann, E. A. G., D.D. (E) (MV), 

325 Newport Ave., Webster Groves 

19, Mo.TS06 

Herrmann. Robert G. (MV), 403 Jef¬ 
ferson St., Fulton, Mo.E44 

Herrscher, Walter II. (M) (MV), Apar- 
tado 17, San Pedro Sula, Republic, 

Honduras, C. A.E24 

Ilertel, J. M. (MV). R. D. 3, Jackson, 

Mo. OE14 

Herzberger, Alfred A. (I) (SEO), 2404 
Sunset Blvd., Steubenville, Ohio .C24 


Herzog, John M. (Phi), 214 Montgom¬ 
ery Ave., North Wales, Pa.TS18 

Hess, Charles E. (G) (Phi), c/o Africa 
Inland Mission, Ngudu P. O., Tan¬ 
ganyika Territory. Africa . 

Hess, Harold F. (SEO), 211 Second St., 

Pomeroy, Ohio .E39 

Hess, Harold L. (WNY), 116 Hamilton 

Blvd., Kenmore 17, N. Y.TS45 

Hess, Warren C. (E) (CP). 333 S. Bur¬ 
rows St., State College. Pa.TS12 

Hesse, Gerhard E. (Ia). li. D 2, Clarks¬ 
ville, Iow r a. L16 

Hessert, Louis C.. D.D. (D) (NW), R. 

3, Plymouth, Wis.OMII10 

Hesson, Theo. C. (E) (Sus), St. Johns, 

Pa.TS97 

Hetrick, L. Valmore, D.D. (EP), 200 

Porter St., Easton. Pa.TS06 

Hetzel. Walter F. (WNY), 106 Morgan 

St., Tonawanda 9, N. Y.OE15 

Heutzenroeder, Henry (NW), Athens. 

Wis. OEIO 

Hew'son, George C. (Sind). 604 Eastern 

Pkwy., Louisville, Ky.X48 

Hey del, Fred (RM), P. O. Box 668, 

Windsor, Colo. 

Heyl, Carl F., D.D. (D) (NEO), 1714 
Maynard Ave., Cleveland 9, Ohio 

.OMH98 

Hiack, Frank (Pbg), 211 W. North St., 

Butler, Pa.C28 

Hiatt, Chas. E. (So), R. 3, Concord, 

N. C.C27 


Higgins, Clarence M. (SEO), 810 Orange 

St., Coshocton, Ohio .E28 

Hilfiker, Warren T. (WNY), Box 76, 

Eden, N. Y.E44 

Hilgeman, T. F. H. (D) (NW), R. 2, 

Sheboygan, Wis.OMH25 

Hille, Carl L. (SI), Irvington, Ill.E41 

Hille, John H. (SI), Irvington, Ill. ...OE22 
Hillebrand. Herbert W. (P), Gallinger 
Municipal Hospital, Washington 3, 

D. C....E47 

Hillegass, Hiram J. (E) (Lan), 852 

Pleasure Road, Lancaster, Pa.TS95 

Hillman, William J. (E) (Sind), Lib¬ 
erty, Ind.OES97 

Hoecker, Vernon F. (SWO), 717 E. Ep- 
w'ortli Ave., Cincinnati 32, Ohio ...E39 
Hoefer, Edwin J. (NI), 661 Park St., 

Elgin, Ill.E38 

Hoefer, Elmer H., D.D. (MV), 4019 St. 

Louis Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.OE25 

Hoefer, Elver H. (NI). Ellis Community 
Center. 4430 S. Ellis Ave., Chicago 

15, Ill.E51 

Iloefer, John A. (E) (MV), 4020 St. 

Louis Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.OE99 

Iloefer, Martin C. (E) (NI), 474 S. 

Parkside Ave., Elmhurst, Ill.OE04 

Hoefer, Theo. II. (E) (KC), 1404 E. 

Shelby St., Higginsville, Mo.OE01 

Hoelscher, A. W. (C), 2736 Maine Ave., 

Long Beach 0, Calif.OE23 

Hoeppner, H. (MV), 506 E. Lakeview, 

Warrenton, Mo.E18 

Hoernemann, Tillman W., D.D. (SEO), 

220 2nd St., New' Philadelphia, Ohio 

.OMH12 

Hoffman. Conrad (E) (NEO), 2209 W. 

85th St. (UP), Sta. A, Cleveland, Ohio 

.OMH08 

Hoffman. Frederick (D) (NEO), 2563 
Princeton Ave., Cleveland Heights, 

Cleveland, Ohio .01 

Hoffman, Frederick W., D.D. (E) 
(NWO), 159 N. Main St., North Can¬ 
ton, Ohio .H95 

Hoffman, Jason (C), 2736 41st Ave., 

San Francisco 16, Calif.OMH14 

Hoffman, Thomas E. (So), Mt. Pleasant. 

N. C.TS50 

Iloffmeier, Edgar F., D.D. (E) (P), 

1194a N. Market St., Frederick, Md..US08 
Hoffner, Otto (E) (Ia), Colo, Ia.0X10 


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Hof-Joh 


Hoflus, Kurt (Neb), Jansen, Nebr. ... 
Hofmann, Carl A. (SEO), 1111 Pennsyl¬ 
vania Ave., Steubenville, Ohio .E30 

♦Hogye, Michael (Mag), 516 Vista Drive, 
Donna Lee Apts. 10, Falls Church, Va...X 
Hohman, Harold W. (NI), 184 S. Center 

St., Bensenville, Ill.E34 

Hohmann, George W. (N), West Con¬ 
cord, Minn.E46 

Hohmann, R. C. (SI), 203 E. 1st North 

St., Carlinville, Ill.OE18 

Holland, Ralph L., Th.D. (G) (Sind), 

4266 Bowman Ave., University 

Heights, Indianapolis 3, Ind.TS26 

Hollenbach, John S., S.T.D. (P). 1308 

Beason St., Baltimore 30, Md.TS1S 

Hollerorth, Hugo J. (NI), Chicago 

Tlieo. Seminary, Chicago, Ill.CTS49 

Hollinger, Harold C. (R), Center Ave. 

and Oley Sts.. Reading, Pa.TS45 

Holt, A. Gail (Sus), Conyngham, Pa...TS42 
Homeister. William O. (Sind), Jasper, 

Ind.E47 

Honold, Tlieo. C. (Pbg), 5806 Hampton 

St., Pittsburgh 6, Pa ..OE25 

Hoover. S. Charles (E) (Lan), 58 Center 

St., Clinton, N. J.TS03 

Hoover, Wellington M. (E) (Sus), R. 

1, Sunbury, Pa.C12 

Ilorak, Frank H. (Tex), R. 2, West, 

Tex. 

Horn, Leo D. (Pbg), Cochranton, Pa_C12 

Horn, Norman L. (P), 3000 Iona Ter¬ 
race, Baltimore 14. Md.TS08 

Horny, Hans (E) (MI). 619 Barrington 
Rd., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. ...OE00 
Horosz, William (CP), 104 Maple Ave.. . 

Holliday sburg. Pa.US47 

Horst, G. (NI), Beecher, Ill.OE06 

Horstman, Edwin (C), 19 Keller St., 

Petaluma, Calif.OE16 

Horstmann, J. H., D.D. (E) (MV). 7300 

Lyndover, Maplewood 17, Mo.OE91 

Horstmeier. Wm. E. (NY), 46 Chapel 

St., Bridgeport 3, Conn.OC14 

Hoshauer, Adam H. K. (Pbg), Pleasant 

Unity, Pa.OU07 

Hosier, George C. (R), Cressona, Pa. 

.TS46 


Hosto, Arby (SI), R. 3. Highland. I11...E31 
Hosto, Armin T. (SI), R. 2. Wades- 

ville, Ind.OE17 

Hosto, Herbert W. (SI), 316 Grand 

Ave, Waterloo, Ill.E17 

Hosto, Raymond L. (Sind), R. R. 2. Mt. 

Vernon, Ind. ...|.OE20 

Hosto, Robert H. (NI), R. R. 3, Prince¬ 
ton, Ill...E50 

Hosto, Roland L. (NI), R. R. 2, Box 

43. La Moille. Ill.OE20 

Hosto, Roland W. (NI), Highland Park, 

HI.TS47 

Hosto, Theophil H. (SI), R. F. D. 2, 

Tower Hill, Ill.0X38 

Hotz, Emil F. (SI), Maeystown, I11....E31 
Hotz, Oliver C. (SWO). 1813 Freeman 

Ave., Cincinnati 14, Ohio .E40 

Hotz, Walter A. (SI), 301 E. 3rd St., 

Pana, Ill. E36 

Houtz, Harry D., Ph.D. (E) (CP), 223 
S. Market St., Selinsgrove, Pa. ...OTS12 
Howe, C. F. (E) (PNW). 1906 S.E. 

Rex St., Portland 2, Oregon_OEGBI08 

Howe, Wm. (E) (MI). 1848 W. Grand 

Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich.0X96 

Hower. Clarence B. (Pbg), c/o 

Y.M.C.A.. Greensburg. Pa.TS33 

Huber, Louis V. (D) (MV), 2837 Bartold 

St., Maplewood 17, Mo.E43 

Huber, Ralph E. (T), Beasley, Texas...E41 
Huebner, W. F. (NI), 8129 S. Steward 

St., Chicago, Ill.OGBI29 

Huebschmann, Henry C. (E) (SWO). 

4326 Georgia Court, Cincinnati 23, 

Ohio .OE99 

Huebschmann, John S. (WNY), 64 
Mang Ave., Kenmore 17, N. Y. ...OE05 


Huenemann, Ruben H. (C), 427 W. 

Oak St., Lodi. Calif.OMH36 

Huenemann, William A. (N), Cottage 

Grove, Minn.MH51 

Huesemann, Stanley S. (SW), 528 

Pleasant St., Portage, Wis.MH48 

Huffman, J. Wade (P), Clearspring, 

Md.McC19 

Hunger, Ralph R. (NI), 3552 S. Seeley 

Ave, Chicago 9, Ill.E36 

Hunter, Richard E. (G) (Phi), Wheat- 

sheaf Lane, Princeton, N. J.P48 

Huntley, Joseph D. (G) (NY), Broad¬ 
way Tabernacle, 211 W. 56th St., New 

York 19, N. Y. .TS48 

Huprich, Clarence C. (SEO), Hartville, 

Ohio .E29 

Huyette, Chas. A. (E) (CP), Alexandria, 

Pa.TS0S 


I 

I decker, Arthur H. (SI), 225 McCaus- 

land Ave., East Alton, Ill.OE21 

Iffert, Conrad (E) (IvC), 3120 Lafayette 

St., St. Joseph, Mo.OMH00 

Iliff, John E. (RM), Plentywood, Mont. 

.TS45 

Imhof, Carl (NEO), 9721 Pratt Ave., 

Cleveland 5, Ohio .OC14 

Immel, Ivan D. (SWO), 51 N. Central • 
Drive, Knollw’ood, Dayton 3, Ohio....Y45 
Ingram, James V. (SEO), 756 S. Haines 

Ave., Alliance, Ohio .E35 

Irion, E. A. (MI), 812 Harrison Ave., 

St. Joseph, Mich.OE20 

Irion, Ernst (NEO), 423 Third St., 

Elyria, Ohio .OEOS 

Irion, Paul E. (NI), Prairie View*. I11..E45 
Irion. Theodore (NW), 24> Parkway, 

Oshkosh, Wis.OEHSOl 

Iseli, Fred R. (N), 22 N. State St., 

New’ Ulm, Minn.OE24 

Isenberg. Carl W. (Lan), East Peters¬ 
burg, Pa.TS26 

Ittel. Chas. A. (Pbg), 1216 Termon 
Ave., N.S., Pittsburgh 12, Pa.X27 

J 

Jaberg, Elmer C. (Neb), Box 530, Tal- 

mage, Nebr.OMH21 

Jaberg, Vernon E. (Ia), Klemme, Iowa 

.OMH47 

Jacobs, E. Bruce (SWO), 1261 Fair 

Ave., Columbus 5, Ohio .C16 

Jacobs, Robert F. (Ia), Manly, Iowa-47 

Jaeger, Emil R. (E) (MV), 847 Melvin 

Ave., St. Louis 15. Mo.OE04 

Jankow’sky, Carl M. (Ia), Wellsburg, 

Iowa .OE12 

Jasman, Emanuel (Ia), Marengo, Iow’a 

.0X28 

Jassmann, Wm. (KC), Wathena, Kans. 

.OMH24 

Jeffers, Merritt J. (Lan), 304 W. Main 

Ave., Myerstown, Pa.TS36 

Jensen, D. C., D.D. (KC), Box 3S3, 

Lexington. Mo.OE16 

Jensen, Eugene T. (Ch) (KC), Chap¬ 
lain’s Office, Ft. Sill Reception Cen¬ 
ter. 4050th ASU, Fort Sill, Okla.E47 

Jensen, Reinhold M. (Neb), 2015 11th 

St., Columbus, Neb.E42 

Jesclike, Horst R. (C), 125 Granville 

Way, San Francisco, Calif.E3S 

Jeschke, Karl M. (E) (T), 607 S. Pearl 

St., Mart, Texas .OE07 

Jeschke, W. Marion, Ph.D. (WNY), 
Richmond & West Utica Sts., Buffalo 

13, N. Y.OE15 

Jesdinsky, H. F. W. (E) (RM), Jay 

Em, Wyo.0X29 

Johansmann, Urban F. (SWO), 642 

West Oak St., Ludlow, Ky.MH30 

Johnson, Geo. R. (EP), 1384 Main St., 
Hellertown, Pa.TS31 


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Johnson, James M. (NI), 600 Roosevelt 

Ave., Gary, Ind.X13 

Johnson, Ralph (E) (Pbg), 532 James 
Court, South, St. Petersburg 5, Fla...X22 
Johnson, Richard W. (Sus), R. D. 3, 

Danville, Pa.TS49 

Johnson, Robert V. (Pbg), Ruffsdale, 

Pa E33 

Jones, * Milton * D* * (SEO)’, ’ 121 ’ S. ‘ Main 

St., Uniontown, Ohio .E50 

Jones, R. Raymond (Mer), Landisburg, 

Pa.TS97 

Jones, Thomas G. (Sus), R. D. 4. Dan¬ 
ville, Pa. TS27 

Jones, Victor H. (I) (Mer), 129 E. Sec¬ 
ond St., Waynesboro, Pa.TS16 

Jones, William A. (NEO), 6713 Hague 

Ave., Cleveland 2, Ohio .E45 

Jordan, Paul C. (WNY), 417 Sherman 

St., Buffalo 12, N. Y.E45 

Josephson, Clarence E., D.D. (G) 
(NWO), Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, 

Ill.US31 

Jozsa, Benj. (Mag), 803 Mills St., Kala¬ 
mazoo 21, Mich.C24 

Jueling, Paul (E) (RM), Rt. 11, Box 

270, Tacoma, Wash.OE10 

Juergens, A. H. (WNY), Box 266, Or¬ 
chard Park, N. Y.E19 

Juergens, Henry (E) (NWO), Box 2714, 

Cleveland, Ohio .OE86 

Jung, Harold H. (SWO), 10 Kenwood 

Drive, Middletown 16, Ohio .C32 

Jung, William (SI), Okawville, Ill. ...OE00 
Jungfer, Richard W. (E) (NY), 15 Fair- 

view PL, Bloomfield, N. J.0X99 

Jungfer, Richard W., Jr. (Ch) (SEO), 
Post Chapel, Ft. McPherson, Atlanta, 

Ga..*.OUS34 


K 


Kaefer, Paul C. (SWO), 221 E. Gates 

St., Columbus 6, Ohio .OE19 

Kaempchen, Erich (Dak), Menno, S. 

Dak.OMH26 

Kaiser, J. P. (KC), R.R., Pilot Grove, 

Mo.E17 

Kaiser Paul J. (SW), 2110 9th Ave., 

S. Milwaukee, Wis.OE30 

Kalkbrenner, Adolph (E) (NI), 134 

Washington St., Carpentersville, Ill. 

.OE03 

Kalkbrenner, Eugene E. (Mer), 47 N. 

4th St., Newport, Pa.TS45 

Kalkbrenner, Fred H. (NY), 32 Grove 

St., Amsterdam, N. Y.OE34 

Kalkbrenner, Hans H. (NI), 134 Wash¬ 
ington St., Carpentersville, Ill.TS45 

Kalkbrenner, J. J. (SI), 240 N. Main 

St., Breese. Ill.OE30 

Kalkbrenner, Robert L. (I) (T), R. 1, 

Cameron, Texas .OE27 

Kalwitz, Rudolph J. (SW), 3516 N. 8th 

St., Milwaukee 6, Wis.OE30 

Kamenz, Harold W. (MI), 15335 Gratiot 

Ave., Detroit 5, Mich.E45 

Kamphenkel, Wm. F. (NI), 310 N. Ever¬ 
green Ave., Arlington Heights, Ill. 

.OE19 

Kaneko, T. (C), Tokyo, Japan .C19 

Kasiske, Jul. Joh. (E) (T), 4900 East 

Ave., Austin, Texas .OE07 

Kasper, Paul W. (KC), 10th & Lincoln 

Sts., St. Joseph, Mo.OE27 

Katterhenry, Edwin A., Ph.D. (NEO), 

Valley City, Ohio .OMH25 

Katterjohn, A. E. (MV), Wright City, 


o 


Mo.OE02 

Kauffman, Delbert D. (MI), R. 1. An- 

. drews, Ind.MH48 

Kaup, Arthur T. (Mer), Dillsburg, Pa. 
.TS27 


Kautz, Albert G. (NI), R. D. 1, Bensen- 
ville, Ill.L46 


Kecskemethy, Jos. (G) (Mag), Orphan¬ 
age and Aged People’s Home, Ligo- 

nier, Pa.X30 

Kecskemethy, Lazio (Mag), 94 James 

St., Woodbridge, N. J.X43 

Keefer, Paul F. (L) (I) (Sus), Tulpe- 

hocken Rd., Sunbury, Pa.30 

Keeler, W. Osborne (SEO), 927 W. Main 

Ave., Massillon, Ohio .E42 

Keen, Edward O., D.D. (E) (Mer), R. 

7, York, Pa.TS96 

Keen, Richard J. (Phi), 6.00 W. Spring- 
field Rd., Springfield, Delaware Co., 

Pa.TS37 

Keener, Delas R. (R), 48 Center St., 

Schuylkill Haven, Pa.TS23 

Keener, John W. (SI), R. 2, Dundas, 

Ill.C14 

Ivehl, Geo. P. (Pbg), 119 N. Second St., 

Jeannette, Pa.C24 

Ivehl, Hayward W. (SI), Marine, Ill. ...E43 
Kehl, Wm. S. (Phi), 920 Cornell Ave., 

Drexel Hill, Pa.OC39 

Kehle, Helmuth A. (Ia), Zwingle, Iowa 

.E41 

Kehle, Paul C. (SW), 172S 14th St., 

Monroe, Wis.OE17 

Ivehin, C. Harry (Leh), 626 Cleveland 

St., Allentown, Pa.TS34 

Ivehm, Harry S. (R), 842 Washington 

St., Reading, Pa.C20 

Kehm, J. Paul (R), 121 Arch St., Fleet- 

wood, Pa.TS34 

Kehoe, John D. (P), 1804 Wickes Ave., 

Baltimore 30, Md.E23 

Kehrli, Norman G. (G) (Pbg), U. S. 

Penitentiary, Terre Haute, Ind.E45 

Keil, Leo A. (SEO), 2021 Cleveland 

Road, Wooster, Ohio .E38 

Keiser, Robert L. (NEO), 547 Woodbine 

Ave., S.E., Warren, Ohio .TS44 

Keller, John A. (MI), 219 W. Boule¬ 
vard, Marine City, Mich.E14 

Keller, John H., D.D. (E) (So), China 

Grove, N. C.TSOI 

Keller, Robert H. (WNY), 591 N. Oak 

St., Buffalo 3, N. Y.OE17 

Ivellermeyer, Hugo C. (NWO), 855 

Brice Ave., Lima, Ohio .C26 

Kelly, Claude W. (SWO), 420 W. 5th 

St., Rising Sun, Ind.TS45 

Kent, John E. (NT), 2643 Gladys Ave., 

Chicago 12, Ill.MH47 

Keppel, A. R., Pd.D., LL.D., Litt.D. 

(L) (D) (So), Catawba College, Salis¬ 
bury, N. C.30 

Kern, George (E) (Phi), 1239 Reming¬ 
ton Rd., Wynnewood, Pa.OE88 

Kerr, Frank L. (E) (Pbg), 409 Free¬ 
port Rd., New Kensington, Pa.TS94 

Kerschner, Wm. H. (E) (Pbg), 133 W. 

Main St., Greenville, Pa.TS03 

Kerschner, W. Sherman, D.D. (D) 
(Phi), 610 Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St., 

Philadelphia 2, Pa.C12 

Kerst, H. Nevin, D.D. (E) (SEO), 619 
Maryland Ave., S.W., Canton 4, Ohio 

.H00 

Iverstetter, Geo. W. (G) (P), 1719 Vir¬ 
ginia Ave., Hagerstown, Md.U01 

Resting, Charles F. (MI), 2122 Rus¬ 
sell St., Detroit 7, Mich.OE21 

Ivichline, C. H. (Pbg), 246 Franklin 

Ave., Vandergrift, Pa.X19 

Kieffer, Henri L. G., D.D. (E) (P), 110 

N. Bentz St., Frederick, Md.TS05 

Ivieker, Walter F. (Neb), Newell, Iowa 

.OE16 

Kieker, Walter W. (Neb), 1047 65th 

St., Des Moines, Iowa .McC46 

Kielhorn, Kurt M. (E) (MI), 715 W. 

Grand River St., Williamston, Mich..E09 
Kielsmeier, Edw. A. (E) (NI), 319 Ray¬ 
mond St., Elgin, Ill.OMH04 

Kienker, Otto F. (MV), 8522 Halls Fer¬ 
ry Rd., St. Louis 15, Mo.OE16 


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Kienle, Robert C. (KC), 3111 Linwood 

Blvd., Kansas City 3, Mo.E24 

Iviewit, Carl E. (NEO), 1418 Branch 

Avo., Cleveland 13, Ohio .OMH21 

Kiewit, Paul B. (SWO), Canal Win¬ 
chester, Ohio .E46 

Kindt, Karl M. (WNY), It. 1, N. Tona- 

wanda, N. Y.E23 

King, C. Talmage (P), 5715 Rusk Ave.. 

Baltimore 15, Md.TS1G 

King, Louis M. (CP). It. D. 2, Bedford. 

Pa...TS31 

Kipp, Adrian O. (NWO), Sulphur 

Springs, Ohio .MH50 

Kirk, Nevin M. (Phi), 610 66th Ave., 

Philadelphia 26, Pa.TS45 

Kirk, Samuel J. (EP), Riegelsville, 

Pa.TS15 

Kissel, Victor T. (T), 221 Thomas St., 

Biloxi, Miss.E23 

Kissel, William F. (NWO), Waldo, Ohio 

_.X15 

Kissling, Karl G. (E) (KC), Blue 

Springs, Mo. E21 

Kitterer, A. A. (D) (NEO), 3308 Arch- 
wood Ave., Suite 17, Cleveland 9, 

Ohio .Ell 

Ivitterer, A. E. (G) (MV), 4544 Red Bud 

Ave., St. Louis 15. Mo.E17 

Kitterer, Paul F. (Ia), Elkader. Iowa..E21 
Kitterer, Theo. A. (NEO), 841 Thorn¬ 
hill Drive, Cleveland 8, Ohio .OE25 

Klaudt, Ernest R. (N), 400 S. 2nd St.. 

Le Sueur, Minn.MH43 

Klaudt, Robert (C), 235 James St.. 

Shafter, Calif.MH18 

Klaudt. Theo. J. (NWO), 2313 Ports¬ 
mouth Ave., Toledo, Ohio .OMH26 

Ivleffmann, John E. (N), Elkton, S. Dak. 

. E35 

Ivleffmann, Walter (NI)*,’ *839 * 4th * St., 

La Salle, Ill. oe30 

Klein, Carl W., D.D. (D) (MV). Office, 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3. Mo. .OE19 
Klein, Earl E., Pli.D. (I) (T), 2278 

Stanford Ave., Baton Rouge, La.E30 

Klein, H. M. J.. Ph.D.. Litt.D. (E) 
(Lan), 450 President Ave., Lancaster. 

Pa. TS96 

Klein, Walter K. (NEO), 3814 Bridge 

Ave., Cleveland 13, Ohio . OE°0 

Kleinginna, John A. (R). 15 Lafav’et’te 

St., Tamaqua, Pa. TS33 

Klemine, A. E. (SI), 210 W. Adams St., 

O Fallon, Ill. OE°4 

Klemme, Annin F. (KC), Amazonia. 

Mo. E50 

Klemme, Frederick II. (NWO), 601 S* 

Union St., Ada, Ohio .OE06 

Klemme, Huber F., D.D. (D) (NEO) 

2909 W. 25th St., Cleveland 13, Ohio 

Ivlepper, Robert F. (NI), Prospect 

Heights, Ill.US43 

f Ivley, Roland D. (D) (NW), 2313 N. 

v- 8th St., Sheboygan, Wis. MH4 9 

Ivlick, Arnold E., D.D. (SWO), 59 E. 

Mound St., Columbus 15, Ohio.OE14 

Klinefelter. George H. (EP), 305 E. 9th 

St., Northampton, Pa. TS43 

Ivling, Louis J. (E) (MI), 502 Veil St., 

Michigan City, Ind.OE97 

Klingaman. J. Edw. (I) (P), R. l, Win¬ 
chester, Va.COS 

Klingaman, M. F., D.D. (Leh), 613 N. 

5th St., Allentown, Pa.OTS12 

Klingaman, Ray H. (EP), Cherryville, 

Pa.C24 

Ivlingeberger, John C. (NW), 514 School 

St., Kohler, Wis.OE14 

Ivlohr, Donald V. (SEO), Strasburg, 

Ohio .E50 

Kloppe, Edwin G. (G) (T), World 

Council of Churches, I.R.O. Adin. 
Sub-Unit, APO 407, c/o Postmaster, 

New York, N. Y.E45 


Ivlotz, Edward G. (E) (So), 1021 13th 

St., North, St. Petersburg, Fla.H9S 

Ivlug, A. (NI), 348 Washington St., 

W. Chicago, 111.E04 

Kluge, Carl II. (T), R. 2, Waco, Texas 

.OE19 

Kluge, Paul A. (T), 701 S. 8th St., 

Waco, Texas .E46 

Kluge, Ralph W. (NW), 117 Custer St., 

Brillion, Wis.E50 

Klumb, Alfred W. (NW), 512 S. Sawyer 

St., Shawano, Wis.OMH35 

Ivlutey, Emil C. (NWO), 1420 Camp St., 

Sandusky, Ohio’ .OE19 

Knapp, George W. (NI), 12218 S. Long- 

wood Drive, Blue Island, Ill.Ell 

Ivnatz, Frederick W., D.D. (E) (SW), 

2602 N. 82nd St., Wauwatosa 13, Wis. 

.OMH04 

Ivnieriem, Frederick P. (R), 327 La¬ 
fayette St., Tamaqua, Pa.TS49 

Ivnierim, W. H. (Sind), 713 N. Bel¬ 
mont Ave., Indianapolis 8, Ind-OMH06 

Ivniker, Alvin C. (SI), Farina, Ill.OE32 

Kniker, Armin (N), Taylor, N. Dak. 

.OE15 

Kniker, Martin P. (T), 612 Texas St., 

Dallas, Tex.Ell 

Ivnipping. A. II. (SWO), 123 Cleveland 

Ave., Bellevue, Ky.OE15 

Ivnoebel, Arthur D. (R), 47 Market St., 

Tamaqua, Pa.TS33 

Koch, Alb. J. (NI), 8332 S. Green St.. 

Auburn Park, Chicago 20, Ill.OE18 

Koch, Arthur R. (G) (NI). 7947 S. Calu¬ 
met, Chicago 19, Ill.GBI48 

Koch, Charles A. (NW), 108 E. Barker 

St., Rice Lake, Wis.MH48 

Koch, Edwin J. A.. Ph.D. (NI), 121 
W. Church St., Elmhurst, Ill.. .OEUSX23 
Koch, Elmer L. (KC), 103 N. Oak St., 

California, Mo.E33 

Koch, Erwin R., D.D. (N), 894 Summit 

Ave., St. Paul 5, Minn.OE22 

Koch, Henry C., D.D. (P). 1920 G St.. 

N.W., Washington 6, D. C.OE22 

Koch, Homer W. (P), 16 Francis St., 

Annapolis, Md.TS45 

Koch, John (N), Lake Elmo, Minn...OX13 
Koch, Ralph C. (MV), R. 14, Box 1535, 

Affton 23, Mo.E43 

Koch, Walter A. (N). Plato, Minn.OE19 

Ivochheim, W. H. (P), 2526 W. Lom¬ 
bard St., Baltimore 23, Md.OE1S 

Kochner, John P. (SEO), Port Washing¬ 
ton, Ohio .OMH31 

Koehler, B. J. (SI). Ill W’est B St.. 

Belleville, Ill.OE27 

Koehler, Clarence II. (NW), 612 Erie 

Ave., Sheboygan, W r is.MH39 

Koehler, Iv. (NW’), 152 S. Military lid.. 

Fond du Lac, Wis.OE24 

Koehler, Roger L. (EP), 2003 Hender¬ 
son St., Bethlehem, Pa.TS44 

Koehler, W r illiam F. (NW), Neillsviile, 

W r is.E50 

Ivoelling, Donald F. (Ia), 907 Iowa Ave., 

Muscatine, Iowa .E46 

Koenig, C. A. (E) (NI), 90S N. Dunion 

Ave., Arlington Heights, Ill.OE86 

Koenig, Hermann E. (NI). 6824 S. Em¬ 
erald Ave., Chicago 21, Ill .OECRS15 

Koenig, J. C. (M) (NI), P. O. Arnbob- 
liana, Dist. Sambalpur, Orissa, 

India .El2 

Koenig, Robert E. (D) (NI), Elmhurst 

College, Elmhurst, Ill.CTS45 

Ivoepke, Karl, S.T.D. (SEO), 901 E. 

Tuscarawas St., Canton 2, Ohio.OMIIX31 
Ivoepp, E. E. (SWO), 14 N. Plum St.. 

Springfield, Ohio .X19 

Ivoert, John L. (MI), 118 Walnut St., 

Wabash. Ind.P23 

Ivofer, Robert (E) (SI), New Baden, 

Ill.OE02 

Kohler, Edgar W. (Leh), Summit Hill, 

Pa.TS19 


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Kohler, Geo. W. (Sus), 823 Washing- 

ton St., Freeland, Pa.TS28 

Kohler, J. Kenneth (D) (MV), 1720 

^—Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. . ..TS35 
( Kohler, Paul IV. (Sind), 918 Texas St.. 

\ Louisville 4, Kv.X40 

IvoMer, Wolfgang C. (NW), Elkhart 

Lake, Wis.49 

Kohler, W. F. (SWO), 2530 Knorr Ave., 

Cincinnati 14, Ohio .Ell 

Kollath, Emil C. (SWO), 510 Second 

St., Menaslia, Wis.E10 

Kollath, Fred W. (NW), Medford, Wis. 

. OE21 

Kollath, Karl B. (SWO), 3920 Farrell 
Drive, Westwood, Cincinnati 11, Ohio.E30 
Ivolze, Robert E. (N), Maple Lake, 

Minn.E50 

*Koncz, Frank (Mag), 300 Morris Ave., 

Trenton 10, N. J. 

Konrad, P. Hubert (MI), 037 W. Frank¬ 
lin St., Elkhart, Ind.OE28 

Konz, Harold L. (SWO), 7500 Anthony 

Wayne Ave., Cincinnati 10, Ohio .E45 

Koons, G. Howard (Mer), 323 E. King 

St., Littlestown. Pa.\ .TS31 

Koons, John A. (So), Maiden, N. C.C12 

Koonts, Harvey H., Jr. (So), Ashe- 

boro. N. C.TS46 

Ivopenhaver, Geo. E. (E) (EP), R. 1. 

Palmerton, Pa.OU05 

Kopke, Homer J. (NEO), Woodsfield, 

Ohio.X51 

Korn. Wm. A., Pli.D. (E) (Lan), 025 

College Ave., Lancaster. Pa.Y92 

Koshewa, Arthur S. (SW), 425 W. Clarke 

St., Milwaukee, Wis. MH51 

Koshewa, William (I)) (NI), Elmhurst 

College, Elmhurst, Ill.E47 

Kosman, Howard A. (Phi), 209 Chest¬ 
nut St., Pottstown, Pa.TS26 

Kosman, Wm. F., D.D. (D) (Lan), 521 

W. James St., Lancaster, Pa.TS09 

Kosower, Albert A. (SEO), Wood St.. 

East Canton, Ohio .TS39 

Kostyu. Frank A. (SWO), 32 E. South 

St., West Alexandria, Ohio .E45 

Kovacs, Bela (E) (Mag), Betlilen Home, 

Ligonier, Pa.X03 

Krafft, Emil N., D.D. (MI), 4247 Fischer 

Ave., Detroit 14, Mich.OE14 

Kramer, Frederick (NEO), Cleveland, 

Ohio .OC33 

Kramme, Walter W. (MV), Treloar, 

Mo.E3G 

Ivrampe, Ernst G.. D.D. (E) (NW). 930 
Eastern Ave., Plymouth, Wis. ...OMH95 

Kratz, Willard A.. D.D. (WNY), 523 

Vermont Ave., Erie, Pa.C30 

Ivratzat, Harold L. (Ia), 110 W. 8th St.. 

Tipton, Iowa .MH45 

Krause, G. W. (E) (KC). c/o Rev. 

Philip P. Krause, Box 74, Marshall, 

Okla.E09 

Krause, Henry L. (Pbg), 1804 Morrell 

St., Pittsburgh 12. Pa. .TS11 

Krause, Philip P. (KC), Box 74, Mar¬ 
shall, Okla.E4G 

Krause, Reinhard (SEO), 405 N. Woos- 

ster Ave., Dover, Ohio .OE30 

Krebs. Dallas R.. D.D. (E) (Mer), 220 

Locust St., Hanover, Pa.U05 

Ivreider. H. R., Ph.D (E) (NWO). 3902 
Homewood Ave,. Toledo 12, Ohio...TSOI 
Kresge, Elijah E., Ph.D. (E) (Lan). 432 

State St., Lancaster, Pa.TSOI 

Kresge, Seward R. (Lan), 223 E. Main 

St., Palmyra. Pa.X09 

Kress, James D. (NY), P. O. Box 512, 

Ansonia, Conn.TS28 

Kressley, Clement D. (Leh), 1330 S. Al¬ 
bert St., Allentown, Pa.OTS97 

Kressley, Thos. M. (Phi), Coopersburg, 

Pa. OTS08 

Kreuzenstein, Gustav B. (C), 1739 Trin¬ 
ity St., Los Angeles 15, Chlif.OE08 


Kreuzer, John A. (SI), R. 1, Marissa. 

Ill.OE18 

Kriebel, E. Wilbur, D.D. (I)) (Leh), 

37 N. West St., Allentown. Pa.TS13 

Ivrieger, Harley A. P. (MV), DeSoto, 

Mo.E51 

Ivrieger, John F. (Dak), Fort Sas¬ 
katchewan, Alberta, Canada .OMH25 

Ivriete, Carl D., D.D. (M) (MV), 

375 Kami Kitazawa 2 Chome, Seta- 

gay a Ivu, Tokyo, Japan .CIO 

Kriete, Charles F. (WNY), 1206 Oliver 

St.. North Tonawanda, N. Y.US51 

Kroehler, A. C. (RM), Hardin, Mont, 

.OE20 

Kroehler, Armin H. (M) (RM), 2 of 35, 
3-chome, Denenchofu, Ota-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan .E49 

Kroehler. Henry G. (MI), 807 S. Me¬ 
chanic St., Jackson. Mich.OCTS33 

Ivroenlein, Carl F. (NI), 101 Elmridge 

Place, Creve Coeur, Ill.E38 

Ivrohne. Frederick H. (NI), 4141 Pres¬ 
cott Ave., Lyons, Ill.OE09 

Kroll, Frank C. (Ia), 612 State St., 

Ackley, Iowa .E38 

( Krueger, Arthur M., D.D. (D) (NW), 

— R. 3, Plymouth, Wis.OMH34 

Krueger, Earl W. (Sind), 4411 Carroll¬ 
ton Ave., Indianapolis 5, Ind.E42 

Krueger. Edw. R. (E) (NW), 1339 Bluff 

Ave., Sheyboygan, Wis.OE02 

Krueger, Joseph F. (KC), P. O. Box 

33, Hesston, Kans.OE18 

Krueger, Kasper (Dak), Ashley, N. 

Dak.OMH21 

Krueger, Otto J. (T), Cibolo, Texas..OE24 

Kruetzmann, Arthur I. (Ia), Hubbard, 

Iowa .MH28 

Ivrumlauf, Joel C. (NWO), 17 Rebecca 

St., Tiffin. Ohio .C25 

Krumm, Gustav J. (SWO), 2447 Har¬ 
rison Ave., Cincinnati 11, Ohio .OE15 

Ivrummel, Wm. (MI), Box 27, Baroda. 

Mich.OE21 

Kuck, Julius W. (WNY), 35 E. Parade 

Circle, Buffalo 11, N. Y.OMH32 

Ivuebler. Kenneth L. (MI), 417 LaSalle 

Ave., South Bend 12, Ind.E46 

Kuentzel, Walter F. (D) (NW). Mis¬ 
sion House, R. 3, Plymouth. Wis...MH50 
Ivuether, Fr. C. (E) (SWO), 1509 High¬ 
land Ave., Middletown, Ohio .OEOl 

Kuether, Fred C., Jr. (I) (NY), 17 Mon¬ 
roe St., Pelham Manor 65, N. Y'.E34 

Kuether, Ralph L. (N), 1121 Market St., 

La Crosse, Wis.E36 

Kuhlman, Wm. J. (D) (MI), 6700 W. 

Outer Drive, Detroit 19, Mich.OE23 

Kuhlmann, Christian H. (SI), 307 W. 

Clay St., Collinsville, III.OE22 

Kuhn. A. Kenneth (Sind). R. R. 1, 

Shelbyville, Ind.E50 

Kuhn, E. A. (E) (MI), 2514 Morton 

Ave., St. Joseph, Mich.0X07 

Kuhn, Herbert E. (Neb), Cook, Nebr. 

.OE34 

Ivuppinger, Edmund (RM), Lyman, 

Nebr.X51 

Ivuretsch, Richard F. (T), R. 1, Seguin. 

Texas .OE30 

Ivurkowski, Braynard E. (Sus), 539 

Beech St., Scranton 5, Pa.E33 

Ivuroda, Andrew Y. (P), 13 and Monroe 

Sts., N.W.. Washington, D. C. 

Kurz, A. Vernon (M) (KC), Belvue, 

Kans.E4G 

Kutuchief, Luben (MI), 1109 Pine St., 

Muskegon, Mich.X41 

Ivutz, Gregor W. (N), 430 S. Broad¬ 
way, Stillwater, Minn.OE31 

Ivutz, LeRoy M., Jr. (CP), 199 S. Fair- 

view St., Lock Haven, Pa.TS45 

Ivutz, Ludwig C. (NI), 11353 S. State 

St., Chicago 28, Ill.E31 

Ivutz. R. Edwin (EP), White & Lime 
Sts., Bowmanstown, Pa.TS20 

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Li 

Laaser, Robert O. (KC), 156 N. Madi¬ 
son St., Wichita 7, Kans.E49 

Lahr, F. Edward (Ch) (SWO), Chap¬ 
lain’s Office, USNAS, Corpus Christi, 
Tg\<is MH44 

Lahr, W.* * Franklin‘ ’ (Sindj,’ * 1228 * E. 

Breckenridge St., Louisville 4, Ivy. ...C28 
Lahr, Wm. H. (E) (NWO), 1135 S. 

Garfield St., Denver 10, Colo.OMH92 

♦Lamb, J. Burwell (WNY), 33 State 

St., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Lambarth, Arnold R. (MI), 2243 Semi¬ 
nole Ave., Detroit 14, Mich.E39 

Lambrecht, Henry E., D.D (NI), 5454 
W. Diversey Ave., Chicago 39, Ill...OE08 
Lammers, Louis H. (SWO), 112 Pros¬ 
pect St., Newark, Ohio .OE20 

Lammers, Paul W. (NWO), R. F. D. 

2, Bloomville, Ohio .C34 

Lammert, Frank W. (T), R.R. 2, Box 

20C, Greenwood, Ind.E41 

Lammert, Louis H. (MV), 3351 Emi¬ 
nence St., Overland 21, Mo.E31 

Land, Paul H. (D) (NY), 245 W. 34th 

St., New York, N. Y.OU92 

Landgrebe, Louis C., 432 Cleveland 

Ave., Woodland, Calif.OY28 

Landis, Jacob B. (R), 634 Penn Ave.. 

West Reading, Pa.TS18 

Lane, William T. (NY), 1575 Bradley 

St., Schenectady, N. Y.E44 

Lang, Charles A. (NEO), New Middle- 

town, Ohio .X14 

Langhorst, F. J. (D) (MV), 4500 Wash¬ 
ington Blvd., St. Louis 8, Mo.OE03 

Langhorst, Victor E. (SI), Valmeyer, 

Ill.E35 

Lau, Chas. I. (NWO), R. 2, Swanton, 

Ohio .C12 

Laubach, Geo. J. (EP), Bethman Rd., 

Easton, Pa.OTS15 

Laubengayer, A. Paul (MV), R. 2, 

Kimmswick, Mo.E41 

Laubengayer, Oscar C. (T), 156 Dodge 

Ave., New Orleans 21, La.OE09 

Lauer, Ernest H. (KC), Hudson, Kans. 

.MH47 

Lauer, Walter W. (NI), 1112 Grove St., 

Downers Grove, Ill.E40 

Laurie, William K. (NEO), 7507 York 

Rd., R.F.D. 1, Berea, Ohio .E51 

Lautenschlager, Edward A. (P), Wood- 

stock, Va.OBL22 

Law, J. Albert (E) (SWO), 86 E. Hen¬ 
derson Rd., Columbus, Ohio .C08 

Lawrenz, Edward F. (E) (MI), 301 

Moross Rd., Grosse Pointe Farms 30, 

Mich.OE07 

Lebold, Keene R. (SEO), Clarington, 

Ohio .E51 

Leemhuis, Henry J. (E) (WNY), R. F. 

D. 1, Verona, N. Y.OE02 

Leeming, Arthur (D) (Mer), Hoffman 
Orphanage, R. 1, Littlestown, Pa. ...C26 
Lefton, S. (E) (NY), 1917 S. 24th St., 

St. Petersburg 7, Fla.0X99 

Lehman, Herman (SW), Lowell, Wis. 

.OMH13 

Lehmann, Wm. C., Ph.D. (I) (WNY), 

118 Redfield Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

.OMH13 

Lehmann, Marvin P. (NW), 2116 Wede- 

meyer Ave., Sheboygan, Wis.MH44 

Lehmann, Reinhart (Sind), R. 4, Evans- 

Sv » — -Seville, Ind.OE17 

Lehmann, Theo. T. (WNY), 50 Belmont 

Ave., Kenmore 17, N. Y.OE25 

Lehmann, Timothy, D.D., LL.D. (P), 

Edinburg, Va.OE02 

Lehmann, Titus (P), 945 S. East Ave., 

Baltimore 24, Md.OE12 

Leibig, Charles O. (Pbg), 513 Graffius 

Ave., Punxsutawney, Pa.TS41 

Leibner, Erich E. (D) (MV), 1720 Chou¬ 
teau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.OE15 


Leiby, Amandus S>. 429 W. Main 

St., Pen Argyl, Pa.OC11 

Leiby, Francis A. (P), 103 Locust Drive, 

Baltimore 28, Md.TS40 

Leiby, Stanley B. (EP), 1915 Freemans- 

burg Ave., Easton, Pa.TS39 

Leidy, Harvey M. (E) (Lan), 1305 Hill- 

crest Rd., Lancaster, Pa.Cll 

Leinbach, Carl S. (Leh), 2nd & Iron 

Sts., Lehighton, Pa.TS34 

Leinbach, H. Jerome (Sus), 40 W. Main 

St., Nanticoke, Pa.TS04 

Leinbach, Roy E., Jr. (So), 211 Main 

Ave., Newton, N. C.TS37 

Leinberger, Hugo (G) (NI), 16 Fir 

St., Park Forest, Chicago Heights, 

Ill.US43 

Leiphart, Elmer E., D.D. (Phi), 1502 

Porter St., Philadelphia 45, Pa.CP22 

Leis, Walter B., D.D. (NWO), 424 Kil- 

bourne St., Bellevue, Ohio .C21 

Leister, Alton M. (Mer), Box 32, East 

Berlin, Pa.TS42 

Lentz, John, D.D. (E) (Phi), 123 Mont¬ 
gomery Ave., Norristown, Pa.U06 

Leonard, A. O., D.D. (So), Lexington, 

N. C.C22 

Leonard, Lawrence A. (So), R. 2, Box 

338, Thomasville, N. C.TS41 

Leonhardt, Robert G. (NI), 3339 Gustav 

St., Franklin Park, Ill.OE20 

Lequear, Horace R. (E) (Pbg), Chat¬ 
tahoochee, Fla.27 

Levan, Charles W., D.D. (E) (P), 1194a 

N. Market St., Frederick, Md.TS83. 

LeVan, John N., D.D., Litt.D. (D) (Phi), 
Office, 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, 

Pa.TS07 

Levengood, Albert J. (I) (So), Day- 

ton, Tenn.OMH16 

Levens, Joshua L. (So), 220 W. Monroe 

St., Salisbury, N. C.TS34 

Ley, Harold H. (NW), 435 Smith St., 

Plymouth, Wis.MH44 

Ley, Ralph P. (SW), 620 Maple Ave., 

Waukesha, Wis.OMH39 

Ley, Raymond A. (SW), 1421 W. Madi¬ 
son St., Milwaukee 4, Wis.McC44 

Lichte, Melvin F. (KC), Concordia, Mo. 

.E44 

Lienkaemper, Wm. G., D.D. (E) 
(PNW), 3334 N. E. 61st Ave., Port¬ 
land 13, Oregon .OMH93; 

Light, Harvey M. (Mer), 139 Pleasant 

St., Hanover, Pa.TS31 

Light, John M. (Sus), Leek Kill, Pa..TS44 

Limbert, Paul M., Ph.D., LL.D. (I) 
(NY), 36 Dartmouth St., Springfield, 

Mass.TS22* 

Limbert, Roy W. (Mer), Dover, Pa. ...TS2S 

Limpar, Charles M. (Leh), 405 E. Ham¬ 
ilton St., Allentown, Pa.TS48 

Limper, Armin H. (NI), 5802 Mary¬ 
land St., Chicago 37, Ill.E48 

Limper, Arthur E. (SI), Millstadt, Ill. 

.OE19 

Link, Chas. G. (Phi), Anselma, Pa-TS38 

Link, Elmer G. (I) (R), Stonersville, 

Pa.TS41 

Lippert, Henry G. (SI), 300 Mill St., 

New Athens, Ill.E41 

Lippy, J. Edmund (P), 17 Bond St., 

Westminster, Md.TS32 

Loar, Alton E. (SI), R. D. 3, Edwards- 

ville, Ill. E49 

Lobach, Samuel E. (Pbg), 1522 Elm 

St., Greensburg, Pa.TS17 

Loch, Howard F. (Pbg), 333 N. McKean 

St., Kittanning, Pa.TS24 

Loew, Cornelius R., Ph.D. (NY), 99 
Claremont Ave., New York 27, N. Y. 

. US42 

Loew, Richard J. (NWO), 105 Perry 

St., Wapakoneta, Ohio .OE09 

Logsdon, Holland L. (NEO), 1904 W. 
Schaaf Rd., Cleveland 9, Ohio .X22 


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Loh-Mec 


Lohans, H. H., D.D. (E) (NY), 83 Lee 

Place, West Englewood, N. J.0X02 

Long, Wilmer H. (Phi), 917 Swede St., 

Norristown, Pa.TS27 

Longsdorf, William T. (EP), 434 Frank¬ 
lin Ave., Palinerton, Pa.TS44 

Loos, Lee D. (Lan), Park St., Rich¬ 
land, Pa.TS35 

Loose, Wm. H. (E) (CP), 4 N. Market 

St, Selingsgrove, Pa.U94 

Lowenbergh, Frank J. (MI), 213 Semi¬ 
nole Circle, Fort Wayne, 6, Ind....OMH35 
Lucke, R. C. (E) (Sind), 308 Elyton 

Parkway, Birmingham, Ala.0X05 

Ludwig, Fred’k A. (SW), 2712 W. 

Brown St., Milwaukee 8, Wis.OE31 

Ludwig, Fred’k G., D.D. (E) (SW), 

2453 N. Grant Blvd., Milwaukee 10, 

Wis.OE95 

Ludwig, L. Harrison (NWO), 232 E. 

Church St., Marion, Ohio .C24 

Ludwig, Melvin F. (Sind), 2516 Grand 

Ave.. Louisville 10, Ky.E51 

Luedtke, Walter A. (MI), Urbana, Ind. 

.OE26 

Luhman, Roland A., D.D. (NEO), First 
Reformed Church, 322 Wick Ave., 

Youngstown 2, Ohio .C27 

Luthe, William J. (T), 9022 Long Point 

Road, Houston 7. Texas .E35 

Lutz, Earlin H. (R), 59 Spring St., 

Tremont, Pa.TS51 

Lutz, Wayne A. (Sus), 313 W. Second 

St., Berwick, Pa.TS32 

Lyerly, Wm. C. (So), R. 1, Newton, 

N. C.C14 

Lynch, W. Everett (SI), 926 Cherry 

St., Marion, Ill.E39 

Lyttle, Harvey M. (I) (R), 1505 Palm 
St., Reading, Pa.OTS33 


M 


Maas, Walter E. (NI), 2335 Orchard St.. 

Chicago 14, Ill.E46 

Mackey, Sheldon E. (Sus), 142 Chest¬ 
nut St., Sunbury, Pa.TS39 

MacNeal, George D. (Leh), 25 N. Glen- 
wood Ave., Greenawalds, Allentown, 

Pa.TS48 

Maechtle, Reinhold E. W. (D) (T), 

Eden Home for Aged, R. 12, Box 398, 

San Antonio, Texas .E43 

Maeder, Henry G., Ph. D. (I) (Phi), 

6820 Crittenden St., Philadelphia 19, 

Pa.C12 

♦Malasics, Joseph (Mag), 1641 Atkin¬ 
son Ave., Whiting, Ind.BL19 

Malchow, Russell L. (MI), 16664 King¬ 
ston St.. Fraser 0, Mich.E42 

Malin, F. W. (E) (la), Wellsburg, Iowa 

.OL31 

Mallick, Adolph W. (E) (NI), 304 S. 

Lincoln St., Hinsdale, Ill.OE88 

Mann, A. O. (N), Henderson, Minn...OE23 
Mann, Joseph H. (SI), R. 1, Venedy, Ill. 

.OE28 

Manon, Harry A. (Mer), Marysville# Pa. 

.E50 

Manrodt, Henry (E) (NY), 1213 Oak¬ 
land Ave., Union, N. J.OX18 

Mantz, Wilmer C. (Leh), 669 Main St., 

Pennsburg, Pa.OTS33 

Marcus, Albert F. W. (NY), 54 E. 

Wyona St., Brooklyn 7. N. Y.E32 

Margard, Werner L. (NWO), 324 Henry 

St., Crestline, Ohio .C32 

Marich. Carl A. (MI), 1419 W. Yukon 

St., Tampa 4, Fla.X45 

Mark, David C. (P). Mayfield, Norman 

& Lake Aves., Baltimore, Md.TS51 

Marks, Carl Iv. (P), 1607F Doolittle 

Rd., Baltimore 21, Md.TS47 

Marks, Earl R. (Lan), Elizabethville, 

Pa.TS50 


Maronn, Armin J. (Ia), Bennett, Iowa 

.E40 

Marquardt, Robert A. (NI), R.R. 2, 

Lena, Ill.MH51 

Marsalko, Joseph (L) (Mag), Box 432, 

Pocahontas, Va. 

Marshall, Thomas R. (MV), 509 E. 
Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves 19, 

Mo.OE20 

Marsteller, Clarence B., D.D. (Lan), 

931 Willow St., Lebanon, Pa.TS26 

Martensen, Glenn O. (MV), R. 6, Box 

2230, Sappington 23, Mo.E30 

Martin, John Z. (Mer), W. Main St., 

Dallastown, Pa.TS50 

Martin, Lloyd M. (Sus), Catawissa, Pa. 

.X14 

Martin, Wesley W. (I) (So), Atlanta, 

Ga.E41 

Martz, Sterling P. (CP), Martinsburg, 

Pa.TS45 

Marx, Lewis G. (Neb), Harvarjd, Nebr. 

.OE21 

Maschmeier, Ralph F. (MV), 207 W. 

Washington Ave., Owensville, Mo...P44 
Mast, Andrew (N), Garretson, S. Dak. 

.E24 

Master, Alvin E. (Pbg), R. D. 1, Berlin, 

Pa. .TS32 

Masters, C. Richard (CP), James Creek, 

Pa.TS51 

Mathes, Robert S. (NEO), 354 Highland 

Ave., Wadsworth, Ohio .C30 

Mathias, Willis D., Ph.D. (Leh), 1546 

Chew St., Allentown, Pa.CUS25 

Matzke, Samuel H. (NWO), R. 2, Huron, 

Ohio .OMH10 

Matzner, Adolph (Neb), 714 First Ave., 

Plattsmouth, Nebr.OE02 

Mauch, W. G. (SI), R. 4, Edwardsville, 

Ill. ..OE13 

Maul, Edward R. (SI), 412 N. 14th St., 

East St. Louis, Ill.E37 

Maunz, Norman A. (T), 11 Beverly 

Gardens, New Orleans 20, La.OE24 

Maurer, Carl D. (Dak), 561 Boyd Ave., 

Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada.OMH19 

Maurer, Jacob (E) (C), 1400 W. Glen- 

oaks Blvd., Glendale, Calif.OMH10 

Maurer, Oliver K., D.D. (Mer), 163 N. 

Main St., Red Lion, Pa.C24 

Mauthe, John H. (SI), 12 S. Hickory 

St., Du Quoin, Ill.E29 

Maxwell, Hugh D. (I) (Pbg), 4 Smith- 

field St., Pittsburgh, Pa.15 

May, Homer S., D.D. (E) (Lan), 17 N. 

President Ave., Lancaster, Pa.TS93 

May, Milton A. (R), Mohrsville, Pa.TS32 

Mayer, Edward A. (NW), 615 Deleglise 

St., Antigo, Wis.OE31 

Maver, Edwin F. (MI), Box 133, 

Wanatah, Ind.OE13 

Mayer, Joseph H. (N), Granada, R.F.D. 

2, Minn.X41 

Mayer, Russell (PNW), 966 Marion St., 

Salem, Oregon .C31 

Mays, Robert V. (P), Boonsboro. Md..TS50 
McCormick, John E. (RM), 602 Garfield 

St., Laramie, Wyo.MH48 

McKeehan. Hobart D., D.D. (CP), 607 

Church St., Huntingdon, Pa.TS19 

McLean, Eugene L., D.D. (E) (Phi), 

4706 Hazel Ave., Philadelphia 43. 

Pa.TS93 

McLeese, Alfred W. (NWO), Haskins, 

Ohio .X46 

McNelly, Clyde (T), 4810 Center St., 

Houston 7, Texas .E30 

McQueen, Fred E. (D) (MV), 1724 Chou¬ 
teau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.E16 

Meek, Allan S., D.D., LL.D. (D) (Lan), 

451 College Ave., Lancaster, Pa.TS11 

Meckstroth, Arnold W. (NEO), 79 S. 

Balch St., Akron 2, Ohio .E37 

Meckstroth, Herbert H. (MI), R. R. 4, 
Bluffton, Ind.C28 

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Meckstrotli, Richard B. (NWO), 428 W. 

North St., Fostoria, Ohio .CIS 

Mehl, Theo. F. (NEO), 2610 E. 127th 

St., Cleveland 20, Ohio .OE22 

Mehl, Warren R. (KC), 410 S. Sth St., 

Kingfisher, Okla.E49 

Mehrling, Walter D. (P), Adainstown, 

Md.TS20 

Mehrtens, Fred J. (Sind), 508 Second 

, Ave., East, Cullman, Ala.E20 

Qleier. Henry J. (NI), Dyer. Ind.OMH37 

Meiller, Albert R. (SWO), 108 N. First 

~ St., Fairborn, Ohio .M1I41 

Meiners, J. Gerhard (Sind), 1219 Brook- 

. line Ave., Louisville 8, Ky.E46 

Meininger, Gustav C. (I) (NW), 210 

Edna St.. Plymouth, Wis.MH20 

Meisenlieimer, P. W. (WNY), 72 Main 

St., Hamburg, N. Y.OE17 

Melchert, Ernest J. (Ch) (P), Veterans 
Administration Hospital, Kecough- 

tan, Va. ..E41 

Melchert, John C. (NWO), 501 Overlook 

Rd., Mansfield, Ohio .OE19 

Melegh, Julius, D.D. (E) (Mag), 115 W. 

Vincent St., Ligonier, Pa.X08 

Men gel, Jesse M., D.D. (E) (R), 1520 

Linden St., Reading, Pa.TS04 

Menger, E. F. (N), Box 171, Norwood, 

Minn.OMH24 

Menke, Otto A. (NW), R. 1, Plymouth. 

Wis.OMHOS 

Mensendiek, C. William (M) (NEO), 

125 Tsuchidoi, Sendai, Honshu. Japan 
.E48 


Mensendiek, R. A. (NEO), 725 Reid 

Ave., Lorain, Ohio .OE22 

Menzel, Emil W. (M) (WNY), Raipur, 

C. P., India .E19 

Menzel, Theophil W. (MI), R. 1, Man¬ 
chester, Mich.OEY25 

Merkel. Karl (E) (T), R. R. 6, Box 

>=>-^17A, Brenham, Texas .0X02 

( Mernitz, Roland (Sind), 416 N. W. 

V Sixth St., Evansville 8, Ind.OE28 

Alerten, Theodore (E) (SEO), Bolivar. 

Ohio .OE02 

Mertz, Alfred S. (Leh), Old Zionsville, 


Pa.TS37 

Merz, Edward (la), Clarksville, Iowa..OE15 
Merzdorf, John J. (NI), R. 2, Beecher, 

Ill.OE10 


Merzdorf, Walter (MI), Box 46, Bippus. 

Ind.OE11 

Meusch, F. A., D.D. (E) (la), 812 Oak 

St., Burlington, Iowa .OE98 

Meussling, Albert A. (NW), 1110 Minne¬ 
sota Ave., Oshkosh, Wis.OMH19 

Meussling, Herbert A. (MI), 609 Syca¬ 
more St., Niles, Mich.MH48 

Meyer, A. H. (MI), 60 Mark Ave., Pon¬ 
tiac 18, Mich.OE24 

Meyer, Achilles B. (T). 205 N. Delmar 

Ave., Houston 11, Texas .OE11 

Meyer, Arinin F. (M) (la), Baloda Ba¬ 
zaar, via Bhatapara. B. N. Rv., M. I\, 

India .'.EHSP13 

Meyer, Clement B. (Sus), Dushore, Pa. 


P30 


Meyer, Chas. (E) (MV), c/o Dr. H. C. 

Meyer. Manchester, Mo.OE99 

Meyer, John O. H. (I) (Phi), 4533 Vista 

St., Philadelphia 36, Pa.OMH21 

Meyer, J. P., D.D. (D) (MV). 1221 Grant 

Rd., Webster Groves 19, Mo.OE06 

Meyer, Karl H., D.D. (NI), 5950 S. 

Albany Ave., Chicago 29, Ill.OE26 

Meyer, Paul R. (N). 2307 24th Ave. N.. 

Minneapolis 11, Minn.OE36 

Meyer, Walter H. (KC), Inman, Ivans. 

.OES37 

Michael, John M. (MI), 315 S. Center 

St., Bremen, Ind.OMH35 

Michael, Mark B. (Mer), McConnells- 

burg, Pa.TS46 

Miller, Allen O., Ph.D. (D) (MV), 518 
Lake Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo. 1 T 38 


Miller, Arthur J. (Pbg), 680 Broadway, 

Rockwood, Pa.TS12 

Miller. Harvey J. (R), 125 Second St., 

Womelsdorf, Pa.TS15 

Miller, Joseph H. (Mer), 259 S. Main 

St., Chambersburg. Pa.TS48 

Miller, Laurence C. T., D.D. (D) (Phi), 
Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadel¬ 
phia 2. Pa. .TS17 

Miller, Louis C. F. (Sus), 128 N. Brom¬ 
ley Ave., Scranton 4, Pa.OE12 

Miller, Melvin (MI), Warren, Mich. ..OE36 
Miller, Richard A. (RM), Idalia, Colo. 

.E30 

Miller, Win. E. (E) (SWO), 1014 Rose 

Circle, Park Hills, Covington, Ky.16 

Minsterman, Louis C. (SWO), 415 Syca¬ 
more St., Greenville, Ohio .MH23 

Mircse, Alex. (G) (Mag), Bethlen 

Home, Ligonier, Pa.X17 

Mittler, F. J. (MV), 2613 Potomac St., 

St. Louis IS, Mo.OE30 

Mitzell, C. M. (I) (Mer), 115 S. Pershing 

Ave., York, Pa.OTS20 

Moatz, Clarence H. (Leh), 2445 Walnut 

St., Allentown, Pa.TS37 

Modschiedler. L. F. (T), 1004 Philip 

St., New Orleans 13, La.OE36 

Moenkhaus, Wm. L. (NI), 818 N. Cen¬ 
tral Ave., Chicago 51, Ill.OE20 

Moeschberger, Quentin M. (KC), 

Cheney, Kans.MH49 

Moessner. L. R. (Pbg), 527 Baldwin 

St., Meadville, Pa.OE08 

Mohr, George A. (N), 952 Reaney Ave., 

St. Paul 6, Minn.MH44 

Mohr, John (la). 204 S. 4th Ave., Mar¬ 
shalltown, Iowa .OMH18 

Mohr, Paul A. (T), Riesel, Tex.E49 

Mohr, Robert (T), Box 126, Coupland, 

Texas ..OE16 

Molter, Leon K. (WNY), 1079 Kensing¬ 
ton Ave., Buffalo 15, N. Y".OE31 

Monn, Ira S. (Pbg), Salisbury, Pa. ...TS10 
Moore, Dale H., D.Th., LL.D. (D) (Leh), 
Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa...X25 
Moorhead, Roy (Mer), Box 2352, Holly¬ 
wood, Fla.TS15 

Mori, Junkichi (C), Caixa Postal 52 
Est. Paracuassu, L. F. Scrocabana, 

Est. De Sao Paulo, Brazil .CIO 

Moritz. Daniel H. (Sind), New Pales¬ 
tine, Ind.OE09 

Moritz, Emanuel J. (N), R. 1, La Crosse, 

Wis. OE19 

Mornhinweg, G. (E) (T), 597 Ave. “A,” 

New Braunfels. Texas .OE99 

Mornhinweg, It. II. (SI). Troy, Ill_OE30 

Morrison, Robert D. (NY), 15 Alex¬ 
ander St.. Newark 6, N. J.TS45 

Moser, Louis A. (E) (SW), Lowell, Wis. 

.OMH02 

Moss, Robert V., Jr. (D) (Lan), 527 W. 

James St., Lancaster, Pa.TS45 

Moyer, Clarence T. (Sus), 218 Broadway, 

Milton. Pa. TS23 

Moyer. Ernest W. (EP), R. 4, Easton, 

Pa.C18 

Moyer, Franklin H., D.D. (D) (Leh), 

Phoebe Home, Allentown, Pa.TS97 

Moyer, George W. (Lan), Halifax, Pa. 

..X36 

Moyer, Guy J. (SI), Alhambra, I11....TS32 
Moyer, H. Clayton, Jr. (CP), 701 Packer 

St., Williamsport, Pa.TS4S 

Moyer, James W. (Mer), 203 E. Semi¬ 
nary St., Mereersburg, Pa.TS35 

Moyer, Samuel A. (R), 108 Jardin St.. 

Shenandoah, Pa.TS41 

Moyer, Wilbur W. (Leh), R. 2, Lehigh- 

ton. Pa.OTS15 

Muecke, Otto A.. D.D. (NI). 2042 Pen¬ 
sacola Ave.. Chicago 18. Ill.OE19 

Muehleisen. Henry (SW), Rockfield, 

Wis.OX12 

Mueller, Carl (E) (RM), 4326 Winona 
Court, Denver 12, Colo...0X02 


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Mue-Ona 


Mueller, Ernst L. (E) (MV), R. 2, Box 

559, Clayton 5, Mo.OE92 

Mueller, Ernst O. (N), Minnesota Lake, 

Minn.OE20 

Mueller, John G. (T), R. 1, Elm Mott. 

Texas .OE37 

Mueller, Karl J. (E) (N), 865 W. Ne¬ 
braska Ave., St. Paul 3. Minn.OE96 

Mueller, Russell R. (T), S14 N. Bauer 

St., Seguin, Tex.E45 

Mueller, Tli. W., D.D. (D) (NI), Sum¬ 
mit Ave., R.R., Villa Park, Ill.E15 

Mueller, Warren J. (NW), Potter, Wis. 

...MH49 

Mueller, William A. (NI), Minier, Ill. 

.E34 

Muenstermann, Herbert O. (D) (SWO), 

39 W. 11th Ave., Columbus, Ohio _E50 

Mugglin, Jos. C. (I) (NY), 10 Willow 

St., Sidney, N. Y.OMH11 

Munsterman, Alvin J. (D) (NI), Ben- 

senville, Ill.E21 

Munz, Armin C. (NI), 918 S. Carroll 

Ave., Freeport, Ill.E39 

Munz, J. M. (E) (N), Eyota. Minn. ...OE96 
Musser, Harlan C. (Pbg), 2605 Steward 

Ave., McKeesport, Pa.TS44 

Musser. Thomas B. (CP). West Milton, 

Pa.TS43 

Myers, G. Harold (So), China Grove, 

N. C.TS47 

Myers. John W.. S.T.D. (NWO), 137 
E. Perry St., Tiffin, Ohio .CX25 


N 


Nace, Albert F. (E) (So), 772 E. Col¬ 
lege Ave., Decatur, Ga.OTSOl 

Nace, D. Horton (Leh), Kutztown, Pa. 

.TS34. 

Nace, I. George, D.D. (G) (NY), 297 

Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y.TS18 

Nace. Oliver W. (CP), 7 E. Mill St., 

Selinsgrove, Pa.C30 

Nace, Robert Iv. (G) (P), Protestant 

Chaplain’s Department, St. Elizabeth’s 

Hospital, Washington 20, D. C.US49 

Naefe, Wm. F. (NI), 4948 Grace St., 

Chicago 41, Ill.OC12 

Naftzinger, Herman J. (Lan), 1210 

Maple Ave., Lancaster, Pa.TS27 

Nagel, Carl H. (NW), Schofield. Wis. 

.OE95 

Nagel, Herbert J. (SWO), 216 E. Ro¬ 
chelle St., Cincinnati 19, Ohio . 

Nagle, Edwin C. (Pbg), Meyersdale, 

Pa.TS39 

Nagle, Robert O. (D) (Sind), 1G06 E. 

10th St., Bloomington, Ind.TS44 

Nagy, Andrew (Mag), 1817 Delaware 

St., Flint 6, Mich.BL30 

Nagy, Emil S.. Jr. (NY), 227 Pine St., 

Bridgeport 5, Conn.TS34 

Nagy, Frank (SEO), 403 Fifth St., 

Marietta, Ohio .E 

Nagy, Paul, Jr. (P). 1104—18 St. Charles 

St., Baltimore 30, Md.TS36 

Nelson, Wm. C. (NEO), 1280 N. Howard 

St., Akron 10. Ohio .MH35 

Neuenschwander, W. L. (L) (I) (NEO), 

1115 Cadillac Blvd., Akron, Ohio -X26 

Neumann, Christian (I) (P). 44 Madison 

St., Annapolis, Md.TS40 

Neumann, Hilmer E. J. (SWO), 927 
McPherson Ave., Cincinnati 5, Ohio 

.OE21 

Neumann, Richard E. (NWO), Living¬ 
ston Manor, N. Y.P46 

Newell, Arthur W. (P), 33 Willway 

Ave., Richmond 21, Virginia .E33 

Newgard, Jos. M. (E) (la), Wilton 

^Junction, Iowa .TS11 

Niebuhr, H. Richard. Ph.D. (G) (NY), 

51 Millbrook Rd., Hamden, Conn. ...E16 


Niebuhr, Reinhold, D.D., S.T.D. (G) 
(NY), 99 Claremont Ave., New York 

27. N. Y.El 3 

Nicdermeyer, Paul (Neb), It. 2, Gris¬ 
wold, Iowa.OE10 

Niehaus, Robert S. (NI). Ill 8tli St.. 

Petersburg, 111.CTS47 

Nienkamp, Robert P. (Neb), Western, 

Neb.OE33 

Niensted, John L. (KC), Jamestown, 

i Mo.E39 

Nishimoto. George N. (D) (NI), Ellis 
Community Center. 4430 S. Ellis 

Ave., Chicago 15, Ill.E45 

rTsL -Frederick J. (Ia), R. F I)., War¬ 
saw, Ill.OE24 

Noffke, Henry L. (SWO), 4311 Eastern 

Ave., Cincinnati 26, Ohio .US49 

Noffke, Walter W. (Sind), 2913 First 

Ave., Evansville 10. Ind.CTS48 

Noll, David J. W. (Lan), 56 Terrace 

Ave., Ephrata, Pa.OMH27 

Noll. Elmer S.. D.D. (E) (R), Schuyl¬ 
kill Haven, Pa.TS95 

Noll, Ernest E. (SEO). 6 Cross St., 

Mozart. Wheeling, W. Va.E37 

Nolte, Ernest F. (D) (MV), 135 N. Bom- 
part- Ave., Wester Groves 19, Mo. ...E34 
Nolte, Robert A. (NI), 504 W. Front St., 

Bloomington, Ill.E45 

Norenberg, Harvey E. (SW), Belleville, 

Wis. MH39 

Noss, Chas. L. (Lan), 187 S. Second 

St., Steelton, Pa.TS03 

Noss, Christopher J. (Lan), 109 N. Mul¬ 
berry St., Lancaster. Pa.TS40 

Noss, David S. (D) (NWO), 26y 2 Clinton 

Ave., Tiffin, Ohio .TS50 

Noss, Geo. S., Th.D. (G) (Sind), 28 

Prospect St., Berea, Ky.US30 

Noss, John B., Ph.D. (D) (Lan). 509 
N. President Ave., Lancaster, Pa....TS22 
Nottrott, Hans M. (T), P. O. Box 577, 

Somerville, Texas .E42 

Novak, Louis G. (NEO), 119 W. River 

St., Elyria, Ohio .TS31 

Nuckolls, Geo. L., D.D. (E) (RM), 

Gunnison, Colo.X08 

Nuessle, Albert C. (I) (Phi), 74 Nyack 

Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.X35 

Nugent, W. Carl (NY), 452 Appleton 

St., Holyoke. Mass.TS20 

Nuss, Edw. P. (N), Ledyard, Iowa 

.. OMH16 

Nussmann, Ernst H. (PNW), Quincy, 

Wash.OE36 

Nussmann, Oscar (C) (E), 6181 Spring- 
vale Drive, Los Angeles 42, Calif. ...OE04 
Nussmann, Oscar C. (MV), 3206 Sulli¬ 
van Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.OE30 


O 


Oberkircher, Frederick D. (Pbg). Hynd- 

man, Pa.OE10 

Oberkircher, Paul E. (Pbg), Connells- 

ville. Pa.TS49 

Odenbach, Walter E. (Dak), Tripp. 

S. Dak.OMH40 

Oelrich, William H. (SW), 183 N. Main 

St., Juneau, Wis.MH18 

Oesterle, Maynard G. (N), Millville, 

Minn.E50 

Ohl, Arthur C. (Phi), 206 Main St., 

Trappe, Pa.U04 

Olewiler, Robert W. (P), 1626 Primrose 
Road, N.W., Washington 12, D. C. ..TS45 
Olm, Carroll J. (Sind), Mulberry, Ind. 

. MHP49 

Olm, Paul A. (NW), Elkhart Lake, Wis. 

.OMH21 

Olm, Paul H. G. (SW), Box 36, Hales 


Corner, Wis.MH46 

Onasch, Adolf C. (Ia), Tioga, Ill.OE34 


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Opperman, Edw. H. (N), R. 1, Nor¬ 
wood, Minn.OMH14 

Opperman, Vernon C. (NWO), 224 W. 

College Ave., Bluffton, Ohio .MH41 

Ortwein, W. H. (NW), 312 Fifth St., 

Wausau, Wis.OE38 

Osenbach, Carl L. (Mer), R. D. 7, 

York, Pa.TS45 

Ott, Benno G. (NI), 1635 N. Karlov 

Ave., Chicago 39, Ill.OE32 

Ott, Frederic F. (E) (PNW), 176 W. 

Luther St., Salem, Oregon .OBL31 

Ott, Harold G. (NI), 1433 Crain St., 

Evanston, Ill.E41 

Ott, Walter (NWO), Bloomville, Ohio 

.OE20 

Otte, Edwin D. (NI), Hampshire. I11...E48 
Otte, Elmer G. (Neb), 812 Ring St., 

Mapleton, Iowa .E26 

Overbeck, J. H. (Sind), Westphalia, 

Ind.OE08 


P 


Paal, Julius (Mag), 416 E. 10th St., 

Homestead, Pa.X43 

Paetzold, Edward J. (NY), 45 Ridge¬ 
wood Ave, Irvington 11, N. J.OE21 

Pahl, Gustav A., Jr. (NI), 3054 N. 

Albany Ave., Chicago 18, Ill.OE33 

Paine, R. Howard (Lan), 72 N. Grant 

St., Manheim, Pa.TS45 

Paine, R. Maxwell (Leh), 17 S. Second 

St., Slatington, Pa.C29 

Painter, Jacob F. (Pbg), 104 Chestnut 

St., Scottdale, Pa.TS31 

Palmer, Jacob A. (So), 116 Salem St., 

Thomasville, N. C.C13 

Pantermuehl, Roland H. (MV), 160 N. 

Meramec Ave., Clayton 5, Mo.OE39 

Papajian, Sarkis (G) (Pbg), Fowler, 

Calif.TS29 

Papenmeier, Arthur W. (Pbg)„ Larimer, 

Pa.TS50 

Papmeder, Stephen (Mag), Vintondale. 

Pa.BL38 

Papp, Charles (Mag), 1946 Bakewell St., 

Toledo 7, Ohio .BL21 

Papsdorf, Theo. G. (C), 1256 N. Hazard 

Ave., Los Angeles 63, Calif.OE04 

Parragh, Desmond D. (Mag), 4323 W. 

Carroll Ave., Chicago 24, Ill.X35 

Paul, Firdel W. (N), Hankinson, 

N. Dak.OE35 

Pautz, Zane E. (SW), Verona, Wis...MH47 
Peabody, Alan B. (WNY), 23 Calumet 

Place, Buffalo 7, N. Y.Y49 

♦Peaslee, Joseph K. (KC), 1110 N. 

Western St., Oklahoma City 6, Okla. 
Peck, Felix B., S.T.D. (So), 731 E. 

Trade St., Charlotte 2, N. C.XC22 

Peck, H. Wayne (So), 366 W. Lee St., 

Greensboro, N. C.E51 

Pedrick, Joseph N. (P), 329 E. Univer¬ 
sity Parkway, Baltimore 18, Md. ...X33 
Peeler, Augustus C. (Pbg), 819 Stanton 

Ave., Millvale, Pittsburgh, Pa.C19 

Peeler, Banks J., D.D. (So), 141 W. 

First Ave., Lexington, N. C.C22 

Peeler, John C., D.D. (So), R. D. 1, 

Burlington, N. C.13 

Peeler, Lee A., D.D. (CP), Manns Choice, 

Pa.C08 

Peeler, Shuford, D.D. (E) (So), 620 

Cherokee Rd., Charlotte, N. C.U03 

Penn, William K. (Sus), 136 E. Third 

St., Mt. Carmel, Pa.TS47 

Pentz, Fred D. (Lan), Box 53, Leacock, 

Pa.TS29 

Peper, Martin H. (E) (N), Fullerton, 

N. Dak.OE09 

Perl, John (MI), 220 S. Forest St.. Len¬ 
ox, Mich.QE30 


Peter, Anthony (Mag), 1706 S. W. 

19th St., Miami 35, Fla.X24 

Peters, Albert G., S.T.D. (Leh), 5 Spring 

Garden St., Lansford, Pa.UX06 

Peters, Chas., Ph.D. (E) (Phi), 401 S. 

Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, Pa...TSll 
Peters, Hilbert H. (Sind), 10th & Jef¬ 
ferson Sts., Tell City, Ind.OE23 

Peters, Jos. S., D.D. (E) (EP). Box 
1254, Moravian Sta., Bethlehem, Pa. 

.TS10 

Petri, Carl G., D.D. (E) (Phi), 353 Main 

St., Collegeville, Pa.U03 

Petzold, Milton G. (MI), 319 N. Center 

St., Plymouth, Ind.MH47 

Pfeiffer, Karl (E) (PNW), 40 Granite 

Apt 4, Ashland, Oreg.OL01 

Pfeiffer, Paul (E) (SWO), 367 E. Madi¬ 
son Ave., Springfield, Ohio .OE99 

Pfister, Herbert E. (SWO), 239 S. Mul- 

berrj St., Troy, Ohio .OE10 

Pfitzer, Frederick W. (WNY), 25 Cross¬ 
man Ave., Buffalo 11, N. Y.OE18 

Pfundt, Erich G. (NI), R. 3, Ivewanee, 

Ill.OE16 

Pheiffer. Kenneth W. (SI), 1510 Edith 

St., Murphysboro, Ill.E48 

Philbrook, Ralph A., D.D. (WNY), 23 

Seminary Ave., Auburn, N. Y.0X30 

Phillipi, Milo J. (Ia), 316 South Ave. 

B. Washington, Iowa .E43 

Phillips, Elias H. (Lan), 4212 Jones¬ 
town Rd., Harrisburg, Pa.TS20 

Piepenbrok, Ernst A. (Sind), 1105 Tulip 

Drive, Indianapolis 3, Ind. .OE14 

Piepenbrok, Paul (T), Washington, 

Texas .OE11 

Pinckert, Otto E. (Neb), Harbine, Nebr. 

.OE16 

Pirazzini, Francis X. (Pbg), 122 Shaw r 

Ave., Turtle Creek, Pa.TS51 

Plassmann, Dean G. (NI), 212 W. Third 

St., Hinsdale, Ill.E46 

Plassmann, Ewald H. (NI), Peotone, 

Ill.OE20 

Pleger, K. (E) (MV), 7031 Forsythe 

Blvd., St. Louis, Mo.OE88 

Plocher, Frederick G. (PNW), 1616 
S.E. Nehalem St.. Portland 2, Oreg...E42 
Plott, G. Ermine (P), Jefferson, Md. ..TS15 
Pobanz, Phil. R. (Ia), Hampshire, I11...E18 
Poeschel, Leslie R. (Ia), Gladbrook. Ia. 

.OE31 

Poetter, Howard H. (KC), 101 Prospect 

St., Leavenworth, Ivans.E46 

Poetter, J. H. (NEO), 192 East St., 

Wadsworth, Ohio .OMH03 

Polster, Joseph O. (KC), Eudora, Kans. 

.OE21 

Pontius, Paul R., D.D. (Pbg), 139 N. 

Main St., Greensburg, Pa.TSUS16 

Poorman, John H. (D) (Phi), 1505 Race 

St., Philadelphia 2, Pa.Y18 

Porszolt, Ernest (E) (NEO), 1621 E. 

47th St., Ashtabula, Ohio .X09 

Porter, Arlie E. (NWO), 213 N. Pearl 

St., Spencerville, Ohio .46 

Poston, Thurman R., Jr. (So), 5757 Uni- 

sity Ave., Chicago 37, Ill.TS48 

Poth, George M. (E) (MV), 2849 Sul¬ 
phur Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo.0X01 

Powers, Donald L. (NEO), 2530 Third 

St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio .X41 

Prell, Paul F. (MV), 5266 Plover Ave., 

St. Louis 20, Mo.OE20 

Press, Ernst (Ia), 1019 S. 14th St., Bur¬ 
lington, Iowa .OE35 

Press, Otto (D) (MV), 1724 Chouteau 

Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.OE01 

Press, Paul P., Jr. (MV), 124 Church 

St., Ferguson 21, Mo.E31 

Press, Samuel D., D.D. (D) (MV), 7535 
Carondelet Ave., Clayton 5, Mo. ...OE96 
Press, Walter S. (MI), 432 S. 4th Ave., 

Ann Arbor, Mich.OE32 


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PrI-Rle 


Price, Charles A. (P), Walkersville, Md. 

.. TS48 

Price, W. Mitier (Lan), 474 E. Main 

St., Annville, Pa.TS36 

Pruessner, George E. (MI), 12885 Au¬ 
gust Ave., Detroit 5, Mich.OE24 

Prugh, Charles M., Th.D. (D) (NWO), 
Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio . ...OP32 
Puff, Edward A. (SWO), 2334 E. 5th 

St., Dayton 3, Ohio .US39 

Pugh, Walter C. (NY), 356 Myrtle Ave., 

Garwood, N. J.TS13 

Puhlmann, Ewald F. (IvC), Levasy, 

Mo.OE33 

Puhlmann, Franz P. (NW), Colby, Wis. 

.OE14 


R 


Raab, Henry S. (Lan), 2834 N. 2nd St., 

Harrisburg, Pa.TS40 

Raase, Carl J. (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo.OE98 

Haber, Rudolph W. (D) (MY), 1823 

Hickory St., St. Louis 4, Mo.E50 

Hacz, Victor (Mag), 220 4th St., Pas¬ 
saic, N. J.BL28 

Radloff, H. W. (N), Eitzen, Minn. ...OE22 

Raezer, John C. (Lan), 707 N. Lime St., 

Lancaster, Pa.TS12 

Rague, H. S. von (E) (MI), 1206 Napier 

Rd, St. Joseph, Mich.OE08 

Rahmeier, Paul H. (MV), 6728 Scanlan 

Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo.OE32 

Rahmoeller, Norman H. (MV), Morri¬ 
son, Mo.E51 

Rahn, A. D. (E) (Sind), Lamar, Ind. 

OE99 

Rahn,’Alfred 1L ’(Phi)! 309 *N. Main *St., 

Souderton, Pa.TS12 

Rahn, Clarence R. (Leh), Temple, Pa. 

.TS23 

Rahn, Paul L. (R), 2334 Fairmont Ave., 

Northmont, Reading, Pa.TS44 

Raiser, David R. (NWO), Box 517, 

Tiffin, Ohio .OMH02 

Ramaker, Samuel (Neb), R. F. D., 

Sclialler, Iowa.X31 

Rammler, Clayton T. (SWO), 212 Cush¬ 
ing Ave., Dayton 9, Ohio .MH43 

Ranck, Clayton H. (E) (P), 407 S. 

Washington St., Easton, Md.TS04 

Rapp, Eugene R. (N), Minnesota Lake, 

Minn.E45 

Rapp, Otto (N), Delano, Minn.OX14 

Rasche, August C., D.D. (MV), Bay, 

Mo.OE07 

Rasche, Carl C. (D) (MV), 6150 Oak¬ 
land Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo.E43 

Rasche, Paul A. (MI), 222 Etna Ave., 

Huntington, Ind.E35 

Rasche, Richard F. (Sind), 215 S. West 

St., Shelbyville, Ind.E44 

Rasche, Theo. J. (SI), 107 Wabash Ave., 

Belleville, Ill.E39 

Rasche, Walter C. (N), 219 Tenth Ave.. 

E., Duluth 5, Minn.OE27 

*Rasky, Joseph (Mag), 1306 Jackson 

St., Gary, Ind. 

Rath, George (I) (Neb), State Teachers 

College, Peru, Nebr.0X23 

Rath, H. W. (KC), 716-20 Nebraska 

Ave., Kansas City 2, Kans.OE24 

Rath, Wm. G. (SW), 2016 S. 24th St., 

Milwaukee 4, Wis.OE23 

iRathert, Kenneth C. (Sind), 3602 Tay- 

Vjor Blvd., Louisville 8, Ivy.E34 

Raubenhold, Irvin A. (Mer), 223 N. 

Hartley St., York, Pa.TS17 

Rauh. Walter F. (NY), 9219 245th St., 

Bellerose, L. I., N. Y.US51 

Reagle, John O., D.D. (EP), Mt. Bethel, 

Pa.U00 

Rebert, Chas. B. (E) (Mer), 45 W. King 
St., Littlestown, Pa.TSOO 


Rebman, Ralph L. (WNY), 520 Durston 

Ave., Syracuse 6, N. Y.E36 

Recht, Siegfried A. (NI), 2009 W. 22nd 

PI., Chicago 8, Ill.OE32 

Reed, Craig A. (Sind), Buckskin, Ind..E47 
♦Reed, James G. (Sus), Taylor, Pa. ... 
Reemsnyder, Bertwin E. (E) (SWO), 

145 E. Cassilly St., Springfield 25, 

Ohio .H03 

Reese, John H. (Pbg), 211 Spruce Ave., 

Sharon, Pa.TS38 

Reichert, Herbert F. (NI), 1421 S. 18th 

St., Maywood, Ill.TS46 

Reichert, Jul. (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo.OE96 

Reichert, Paul R. (G) (SWO), 2646 

River Rd., Cincinnati 4, Ohio .OE25 

Reif, Walter F. (NY), 23 Lincoln Place, 

Irvington, N. J.E43 

Reifschneider, Henry (N), Hebron, N. 

Dak.OE22 

Reifsnyder, M. S., S.T.D. (P), R. 7, 

Westminster, Md.TS26 

Reifsnyder, Walter E., Ph.D. (Ch) 
(Phi), Veterans’ Hospital, Marion, 

Ind.TS24 

Reigle, Frank A. (CP), Middleburg, Pa. 

.TS39 

Reiners, Harry R. (SW), Jackson, Wis. 

.MH51 

Reiss, Arthur E. (NI), P. O. Box 273, 

Greenview, Ill.OE28 

Reitzer, Wm., Th.D. (RM), 307 Rem¬ 
ington St., Fort Collins, Colo. ...OMH23 
Reller, J. Otto (WNY), 733 Central 

Ave., Dunkirk, N. Y.OE12 

Renken, H. O. (MV), New Haven, Mo. 

E33 

Ren oil,' A. * Calvin," ’ Ph.D. * ‘(E)’ ’ (Mer) ,* 

519 York St., Hanover, Pa.H00 

Renter, Carl A. (MI), 418 S. 5th St., 

Goshen, Ind.X50 

Repke, Paul E. (E) (NI), 326 S. Park 

St., Kewanee, Ill.OE88 

Rest, Friedrich O. (MV), 136 W. First 

St., Hermann, Mo.E37 

Rest, Heinrich F. J. (T), 5016 S. John¬ 
son St., New Orleans 15, La.OE36 

Rest, Karl H. A. (MI), 302 W. Main St., 

Manchester, Mich.OEX32 

Rest, Wm. L., D.D. (NI), 7020 S. Mich¬ 
igan Ave., Chicago 37, Ill.OE25 

Rettig, Richard, D.D. (Pbg), 1018 Stan¬ 
ford Rd., Pittsburgh 12, Pa. ... MHTS24 
Reynolds, Frank E. (Mer), Littlestown, 

Pa.TS40 

Rhoads, Thos. W. (R), 140 Chestnut St., 

Shillington, Pa. TS24 

Rhodes, Clair V. (Phi), 195 Roslyn St.. 

Philadelphia 20, Pa.TS34 

Rice, Herbert L. (Mer), 753 W. Locust 

St., York, Pa.TS42 

Rice, Linden H. (E) (Phi), 247 N. 18th 

St., Philadelphia 3, Pa.TSOO 

Richards, George W., D.D., LL.D., 

Th.D. (E) (Lan), 441 College Ave.. 

Lancaster, Pa.OTS90 

Richards. J. Stanley (SEO), 644 42nd 

St., Bellaire, Ohio .C22 

Richter, Robert F., Jr. (KC), 1510 

Lafayette St., St. Joseph 36, Mo. ...E51 

Richter, Robert F. (KC), Box 181, Ellin- 

wood, Kans.OE22 

Rickard, Walter S. (NEO), 1256 E. 74th 

St., Cleveland 3, Ohio .OMH14 

Rieder, Henry G. (KC), R.R., Baldwin, 

Kans.OE14 

Riedesel, Chas. H. (E) (Neb), R. 1, 

Toronto, Ohio .OH97 

Riedesel, Maurice (M) (KC), Apartado 
17, San Pedro Sula, Honduras. C. A. 

.E39 

Riemann, Wm. J. (NI), Mokena, Ill. 

.OE13 

Riesch, Louis A. (SW), 500 Cole St., 
Watertown, Wis.MH§Q 


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Rinderknecht, Herbert F. (SI), 206 S. 


Third St., Dupo, Ill.E34 

Ring, Harry H. (SI), Trenton, Ill.E37 


Ringe, Frederick W. (NI), 7919 Cort¬ 
land Pkwy., Elmwood Park, I11...0CTS31 
Ringer, Carl (KC), Hardtner, Kans...MH40 
Ringer, Francis E. (Lan), New Provi¬ 
dence, Pa.TS50 

Rinne, A. F. (Neb), Box 112, Schles¬ 
wig, Iowa .OE27 

Riske, Edwin F. (NI), Barrington, Ill. 

.E3o 

Rissinger, Chas. M. (Lan), Fredericks¬ 
burg, Pa.OTS11 

Rissinger, Thomas F. (Sus), R. D. 1, 

Box 71E, Shamokin, Pa.TS42 

Ritter, Herman S. (Sind), 2702 Clair- 

mont Ave., S., Birmingham 5, Ala.E32 

Robb, George A. (Pbg), Rimersburg, 

Pa.TS42 

Robb, Howard A. (Pbg), Export, Pa...TS14 

Roberts, Norman S. (Ia), Lowden, Iowa 

..E44 

Robinson, Albert C. (Mer), 511 Pacific 

Ave., York. Pa.TS41 

Robinson, Edw. J. (SEO), 283 E. Main 

St., Carrollton, Ohio .X40 

Robinson, Gordon E. (NI), 10251 Ave¬ 
nue “L,” Chicago 17, Ill.OMH3S 

Rockel, Chas. I)., D.D. (Leh), 5 S. 4th 

St., Coplay, Pa.TS19 

Rockwell, Lee W. (D) (NI), 3730 N. 

California Ave., Chicago, Ill.E40 

liodel, Edward D. (NW), Black Creek, 

Wis.MH42 

Rodenbeck, Frederick L. (SW), Kewas- 

kum, Wis.OE14 

Rodenberger, Chas. D. (Leh), 117 S. 

17th St., Allentown, Pa.TS34 

Roeck, Carl T. (NWO), 946 Proutv 

Ave., Toledo 9, Ohio .OMH16 

Roedder, Garlet A. (MV), 107 Thur¬ 
man St., Warrenton, Mo.E30 

Roehner, Roland F. F. (WNY), 242 

Landon St., Buffalo, N. Y.Y49 

Roemer, Armin H. (Dak), R. D. 3, Mor- 

den, Man., No. 418, Canada .MH48 

Roemer, Henry B. (Dak), Vegreville, 

Alta., Canada .MH46 

Rogers. Jefferson P. (D) (NEO), 2969 

W. 25th St, Cleveland 13, Ohio .Y45 

Roggenkamp, Robert A. (Sind). Du- 

Bois, Ind.MH50 

Robbing, C. II. (MV), 415 S. 5tli St., 

St. Charles, Mo.OE30 

Rohrbaugh, Archie C. (Mer), New Ox¬ 
ford, Pa.TS34 

Rohrbaugh, Paul E. (NWO), 115 E. 

Finley St., Upper Sandusky, Ohio..TS43 
Rohrbaugh, Scott V. (E) (NEO). 2426 
Marcia Blvd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio..H94 
Rolf, Frederick J. (Ia), 1110 12tli St., 

Rock Island, Ill.OE06 

Romanowski, Bruno H. (Neb), Hart¬ 
ley. Iowa .E40 

Roschy, Robert W. (Lan), 721 Mari¬ 
etta Ave., Lancaster. Pa.TS34 

Rosenau, Julius C. (NW), 535 Third 

Ave, Wausau, Wis.OMH25 

Rosenberger, Frank A. (R), 6th above 

Washington St., Reading. Pa.TS29 

Roser, George F. (WNY), 65 Willmont 

St., Rochester 9, N. Y.E4S 

Rote, Carl J. (Pbg), 15 S. Fourth St., 

Youngwood. Pa.: .X49 

Roth, Chas. E., Litt.D.. D.D. (R), 1362 

Perkiomen Ave., Reading, Pa.TS05 

Roth, Emil (Dak), Box 116, Zeeland. 

N. Dak.OE20 

Roth. Geo. L., D.D. (Pbg), 214 W. 

Union St., Somerset, Pa.TS11 

Roth, Jacob (E) (RM), 439 Judson St., 

Longmont, Colo.OCTS11 

Roth, K. A. (I) (NI), 15 College Cam¬ 
pus, Lake Forest, Ill.OE12 

Roth, Marsby J., D.D. (E) (Mer), 401 
E. Middle St., Hanover, Pa.U93 


Rothermel, Jeremiah R. (R), 1520 Palm 

St., Reading, Pa.TS15 

Rowe, Walter W., D.D. (E) (So), 100 

Westbrook Ave., Lenoir, N. C.U02 

Royer, John S. (Mer), R. 1, Thomas- 

ville, Pa. TS41 

Royer, Solomon I. (E) (NWO), 189 

Union St.. Tiffin, Ohio .H00 

Rubright, Richard W. (M) (So), Inter¬ 
board House, 12 of 4 Shiba Park, 

Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan .TS46 

Rueggeberg, Frederick C. (RM), 840 

Sherman St., Denver 3, Colo.OE18 

Ruf, Frank B. (G) (MI), 302 Gettle 

Bldg., Fort Wayne, Ind.CIO 

Rulil, John G. (D) (MV), Emmaus 

Home, Marthasville, Mo.OE27 

Ruhl, William II. (C), 511 58tli St., 

Oakland 9, Calif.OE35 

Rumpf, Oscar J. (D) (Phi), Schaff 
Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, 

Pa. .E33 

Rupley, Frederick A.. D.D. (E) (CP), 

230 Shaw Ave., Lewistown, Pa. ...TS92 
Rupnow, F. II., D.D. (Sind), 2240 

Napoleon Rd., Louisville, Ky.OMH10 

Rupp, Paul B., D.D. (E) (T), 1609 Mag¬ 
nolia Ave., San Antonio, Texas_TS08 

Rupp, William J. (Leh), R. 1, Quaker- 

town. Pa.TS36 

Ruth, Frank W. (R), Bernville, Pa...OC18 
Ruth, Victor A. (Sus), 602 Main St., 

Watsontown, Pa.TS19 

Ruth. Victor Adam (R), 448 E. Grand 

Ave.. Tower City. Pa.US22 

Rydman. Herbert (PNW), Rt. 1, Box 
58, Hillsboro, Oreg. 


S 


Sabbert, Win. II. (SI), Ho.vleton, I11..0E21 
Saenger, Carl L. (C). 2032 5th Ave., 

Sacramento 14, Calif.OE05 

Saeuberlich, Arthur (E) (MV), 1823 Al¬ 
fred Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo.OE05 

Saewert, Otto J. F. (E) (NW), 322 

Division St., Plymouth. Wis.OMH05 

Saleste, Paul H.. Ph.D. (NWO), 59 Ver¬ 
non Ave., Ashland, Ohio .OE16 

Samson, Maurice. D.D. (E) (Phi), 5030 
X. 12th St.. Philadelphia 41. Pa. . . .OU97 
Sanders, John C.. D.D. (E) (Mer), R.R. 

6, Chambersburg, Pa.TS08 

Sando. John H. (Ri, 45 S. 6th St., 

Reading, Pa.TS34 

Sandrock, Alfred G. (So), R. 2, Lex¬ 
ington, N. C.TS45 

Sandt, Lloyd J. (Phi), R. 1, Spring 

City, Pa.TS38 

Sathmary, Bertram J. (Mag), 493 Am¬ 
boy St., Perth Amboy, N. J.BL27 

Satory. August W. (E) (Ia), 906 Palean 

St.. Keokuk, Iowa .OE05 

Sauerwein, C. W. H. (PNW), 1421 S. 

W. 12th Ave, Portland 1, Oregon 

.OMHP14 

Saylor, Philip E. (Lan), Elizabethtown, 

I» a TS35 

Sayres, Alfred N.. D.D.’ ’(D)’ (Lan),’ *519 

W. James St., Lancaster, Pa.USTS18 

Schaaf, J. C. (E) (NEO), 727 Warren 

Ave.. Youngstown. Ohio .U84 

Schacht, Walter L. (SWO), Thornville, 

Ohio .TS43 

Schaefer. C. T. (P), 3123 Shannon Dr., 

Baltimore 13, Md.OE19 

Schaefer, Edwin M. (T) R. 1, Otto, 

Texas .E51 

Schaefer, Franklin W. (Sind), 602 N. 

5th St., Vincennes, Ind.OE19 

Schaeffer, Chas. E„ D.D., S.T.D. (E) 
(Phi), 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, 

Pa. .OTS92 

Schaeffer. Daniel E., D.D. (Leh), 723 N. 
Second St., Emmaus, Pa.TS98 


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Schaeffer, Henry A. W. (EP), 360 Ninth 

Ave., Bethlethem, Pa.TS39 

Schaeffer, Marlin T. (R), 120 E. Main 

St., Schuylkill Haven, Pa.TS45 

Schaeffer, Paul G. (NI), 712 Sibley St.. 

Hammond, Ind.. .OE24 

Schaeffer, Royce E. (Leh), 212 N. 4th 

St., Emmaus, Pa.TS35 

Schairbaum, Harry G. (SWO). 4219 
Langley Ave., St. Bernard. Cincin¬ 
nati 17, Ohio .E35 

Schalow, B. E. (RM), 2645 W. 43rd Ave., 

Denver 11, Colo. ...0X18 

Schauer, John W., Sr. (P), R. 16, Gold¬ 
en Ring Rd., Baltimore 21, Md. ...OE15 

Schauer, John W., Jr. (Ch) (WNY), 
Ch.C., USNR, Chaplain’s Office, 2nd 
Am. Trac. Bn., FMF, Camp Lejeune, 

C.".. TS43 

Scheef, Richard L., jr. (mV), 2 East 
601st St., Shanks Village, Orangeburg, 

N. Y.E48 

Scheer, Walter A.. D.D (MV), 4441 Red 

Bud Ave., St. Louis 15, Mo.E19 

Scheib, John (NW), 218 Sixth St., Kau- 

kauna, Wis.OMHMcC27 

Scheib, Otto J. (NW), 310 E. Dotv Ave., 

Neenah, Wis.OMH38 

Scheirer, Paul C. (Phi), 1046 High St., 

Pottstown, Pa.TS25 

Schellenberger, Nevin E. (Phi), 317 

Market St., Perkasie. Pa.TS45 

Schellhase, Richard T. (Sus), Pillow. 

Pa.TS47 

Scherer, Adam J. (T), 152 Hollywood 

Drive, New Orleans 20, La.OE24 

Scherry, Albert L. (SWO), 17 W. 

Church St., Xenia, Ohio ..OMH16 

Scherry. Otto H. < (NWO), R. 2, New 

Bavaria, Ohio .OMH12 

Scherry, Walter E. (Sind), Box 62, 

Poland, Ind.OMH29 

Scherzer, Carl J., D.D. (D) (Sind), 
Protestant Deaconess Hospital. 

Evansville 11. Ind.OE23 

Schiedt, Richard C. F„ Ph.D.. Sc.D. 

(E) (Lan), 1043 Wheatland Ave., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. OTS89 

Schieler, A. L. (SI), Box 24, Brighton. 

Ill.OMH21 

Schieler, Egon E. (NW), 335 Scott St.. 

Ripon, Wis.OE31 

Schiflfman, Merl (WNY), 86 Erie Ave., 

Gowanda. N. Y.E33 

Schild, Peter (N), R. D., Norwood. 

Minn.OMH09 

Schildknecht, Theophilus (E) (SW), 

1734 W. Highland Ave., Milwaukee. 

Wis.OMH93 

Schlater, Francis C. (I) (NY), Ber- 

nardston. Mass.C27 

Schlegel, F. Nelsen (P). 1409 Delafield 
Place, N.W., Washington 11. D. C..HS31 
Schler, George (KC). Arrow Rock. Mo..E44 
Schlicher, Donald W. (Pbg), R. D. 

11, Sharpsburg, Pittsburgh 15. Pa...TS41 
Schlichter, Harvey G. (P), Manchester. 

Md.TS51 

Schlingman. Edward L. (D) (Phi), 
Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadel¬ 
phia 2, Pa.TS35 

Schlinkmann, Daniel (Sind), Lvnnville. 

Ind.OE25 

Schlinkmann. W. II.. D.D. (SW), 1214 

N. 13th St.. Milwaukee 5, Wis.OE09 

Schluer. Ralph E. (SWO), 239 Cald- 

well St., Chillicothe, Ohio .E35 

[ Schlueter, Paul ,T. (Sind), 4611 South¬ 
ern Pkwy., Louisville 8, Ky.E35 

Schlundt. Theo. (E) (SWO), Box 108. 

Waverly, Ohio .OE97 

/'schlundt, Theodore S.. Jr. (Sind). Of- 
( fice, 637 E. Market St., Louisville 2, 

Ky.E23 

Schmahl, Carl G. (NW), R. 1, Cleve¬ 
land, Wis.OMH34 


Schmale, Theo. R.. D.D. (MI), 437 S. 

4th Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.OE06 

Schmeuszer, Albert H., D.D. (D) (SW), 
Deaconess Hospital, 1821 W. Wiscon¬ 
sin Ave., Milwaukee 3, Wis.OMH27 

Schmid. A. George (NW), R. 1, She¬ 
boygan Falls, Wis.OMH10 

Schmid, Calvin A. (MI), 356 W. Water 

St., Berne, Ind.OMH14 

Schmid, Calvin F. (KC), Hudson, 

Ivans.MH49 

Schmid, Herman G. (NW), 1712 N. 17th 

St., Sheboygan, Wis.OMH09 

Schmid, Roy R. (Lan). c/o Brethren 
Service Center, New Windsor, Md...TS51 
Schmidt, Carl H. (KC), Okeene, Okla..E30 
Schmidt, C. E. (NI), 4049 W. 28th St., 

Chicago 23, Ill. ..OE10 

Schmidt. C. Ralph (NWO), 220 E. Rice 

St., Elmore, Ohio .OE20 

Schmidt. Clarence L. (NW), R. 3, Plym¬ 
outh, Wis.OMH30 

Schmidt, D. K. (PNW). 1215 Portland 

Ave.. Walla Walla, Wash.42 

Schmidt, Ferdinand C. (NI), R.R. 3, 

Geneseo, Ill.OE12 

Schmidt. John L. (MV), 1910 Newhouse 

Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.E30 

Schmidt, Michael R. (Phi), R. 1, Spring 

Citv, Pa.TS37 

Schmidt, Paul L. (MV). Gerald, Mo...OE17 
Schmidt, Paul W. (SEO), 239 S. Grant 

St., Wooster, Ohio .OE24 

Schmidt, W. Jos. (E) (C), 640 Marylind 

Ave., Claremont, Calif.0X25 

Schmiechen, Kurt J. (MV), 7348 W. 
Florissant Ave., St. Louis County 20. 

Mo. OE38 

Schmiechen. Reinhold (E) (MV), 5929 
Pennsylvania Ave., St. Louis 11, Mo. 

.OCTS00 

Schmiechen, Samuel J. (NI), 2425 N. 

Bernard St., Chicago 47, Ill.OE32 

Schmiechen, Siegfried A. (MV), Ches¬ 
terfield, Mo.OMH37 

Schmitt, Chas. H. (Sind). 104 N. Katt- 

mann St., Crothersville, Ind.X24 

Schmitt, Myron F. (NI). 195 North En¬ 
trance Ave., Kankakee, Ill.K45 

Schmitz, Richard P. (NW), 808-A Wash¬ 
ington St., Manitowoc, Wis.MH44 

Schmoyer, Paul E. (Leh), 582 W. Wal¬ 
nut St., Kutztown, Pa.TS32 

Schmuck, Francis J. (NEO), 473 Ham- 

mel St., Akron 6. Ohio .OMH17 

Schnackenberg, John W. (RM), 1005 E. 

Adams, Riverton, Wyo.TS46 

Schnake, Alfred G. (WNY), 26 Navarre 

Rd., Rochester 21. N. Y.OE23 

Schnake. Paul C. (SWO). 6126 Ridge 
Ave., Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati 13, 

Ohio .OE12 

Schnake, Paul M. (SI), 411 N. 14th St., 

E. St. Louis, Ill.E45 

Schnathorst, Fred W. (Ia), Denver, 

Iowa .E16 

Schnatz, Arthur P., D.D. (RM), 617 

Grace St., Worland. Wyo.C13 

Schneek, Harper L. (R), 35 W. Phila¬ 
delphia St., Boyertown. Pa.TS39 

Schneider, Arthur J. (KC), 424 N. Main 

St., Independence. Mo.OE20 

Schneider, Carl E.. Ph.D., LL.D. (D) 
(MV), Eden Theological Seminary. 

Webster Groves 19, Mo.OE12 

Schneider. E. K. (Ia), 315 First St. 

N.W., Waverly, Iowa .E30 

Schneider, Euerene A. (Neb). 432 E. 

Pierce St., Council Bluffs, Iowa..CTS48 
Schneider, John E. (NI), 9987 Throop 
St., Washington Hgts., Chicago 43. 

Ill.OE22 

Schneider, Karl L. (E) (KC), 424 N. 

Main St., Independence, Mo.01093 

Schneider, William H. (NI), 1140 Wash¬ 
ington St., Hinsdale, Ill.X 

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Schnorr, M. Edward (Sus), 115 B. 3rd 

St., Bloomsburg, Pa.TS42 

Schnuck, Louis B. (Sind), R. 1, Hol¬ 
land, Ind.X37 

Schoen, Albert A. (E) (MI), 7923 “F” 

St., Dexter, Mich.OE93 

Schoen, Victor H. (SWO), 1340 Parrish 

Ave., Hamilton, Ohio .E44 

Schoenhaar, Max, Th.D. (RM). 300 12th 

St., Greeley, Colo.0X22 

Schoepfle, Marcus P. (SWO), North 

Hampton, Ohio .OMH05 

Schoettle, H. J. (Sind), Cannelton, Ind. 

.OEOS 

Scholey, Clifford G. (SWO), 6500 Vine 

St., Cincinnati 16, Ohio .E45, 

Scholl, Frank C. (SWO), 220 E. 38th 1 

St., Covington, Ky.OE18 

Scholze, Wm. E. (T), Needville, Texas 

.OE25 

Schoppe, Paul E. (MV), R. 1, Box 601, 

Clayton, Mo.OE17 

♦Schortingliuis, John F. (Neb), Win- 

side, Nebr. 

Schory, Chas. H. (I) (SEO), 437 27th 

St., N. W., Massillon, Ohio .C25 

Schowe, Herbert H. (MI), 7640 Ann 

Arbor St., Dexter, Mich.OE28 

Scliriefer, Wallace A. (Sind), 620 N. 

36th St., Paducah, Ky.E46 

Schroedel, Martin P. (SI), 307 E. Jack- 

son St., Pinckneyville, Ill.OE23 

Schroedel, Otto W. (N), LaPointe, Wis. 

.OE35 

Schroedel, Reinhard M. (Ia), 435 S. 9th 

St., Quincy, Ill.OE34 

Schroeder, Alfred F. (SI), 26 N. 14th 

St., Belleville, Ill.OE2S 

Schroeder, Frederick W., D.D., LL.D. 

(D) (MV), 475 E. Lockwood Ave.. 

Webster Groves 19, Mo.OE18 

Schroeder, Paul M., D.D. (WNY), 230 

Franklin St., Rochester 4, N. Y.OE12 

Schroer, Carl O. (SW), Random Lake. 

Wis.OMH11 

Schroer, Gilbert W., Ph.D. (D) (MV), 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. 

.MHHS21 

Schroer, Melvin E. (SW), Darlington, 

Wis.E45 

Schroer, Orville H. (NWO), 506 Wash¬ 
ington St., Defiance, Ohio .MH43 

Schroer, Reuben J., D.D. (NEO). 53 E. 

Center St., Akron 8, Ohio .OP28 

Schroerluke, Henry P. (Ch) (C), Naval 
School, General Line, Newport, R. I..E46 
Schroerluke, O. P. (T), Rowena, Texas 

„ ..OE13 

Schrupp, Carl P. (N), 720 N.W. 5th 

Ave.. Faribault, Minn.E32 

Schueler, F. D. (E) (C), 484 Hartford 

St., Los Angeles 17, Calif.OE00 

Schuessler, Hy. G. (Sind), 119 N. 6th 

St., Boonville, Ind.OE23 

Schuler, A. H. (Leh), 135 N. 15th St.. 

Allentown, Pa.X09 

Schultz, Arnold H. (SW), 2956 N. 53rd 

St., Milwaukee 10, Wis.OE27 

Schultz, Carl H. (MI), 33428 Oakland 

Rd.. Farmington, Mich.E36 

Schultz, George A. (NI), Cambridge. 

Ill.OE12 

Schultz, Glenn E. (Mer), 104 S. High 

St., Meclianicsburg, Pa.TS51 

Schultz. Harold P. (D) (MV), 3402 
Longfellow Blvd., St. Louis 4, Mo...E31 
Schultz, H. F. W. (E) (WNY), 525 
Minnesota Ave., Buffalo 15, N. 1"..OMH06 
Schultz, John H. (D) (NI), 147 9th 

Ave., Lincoln, Ill.OE21 

Schultz. Max C. (NI). 5049 Gunnison 

St., Chicago 30, Ill.OL50 

Schultz, Norbert C. (KC), New Frank¬ 
lin, Mo.OE22 

Schultz, Norman H. (Sind), 2117 Na¬ 
poleon St., Indianapolis 3, Ind.0X35 


Schult*, Valerius G. (SW), Prairie du 

Sac, Wis.MH50 

Schultz, William A. (SW), 1518 Jef¬ 
ferson St., Madison 5, Wis.OMH43 

Schultz, Wm. G. (NW), R. 1, Elkhart 

Lake, Wis.OE13 

Schulz, Austin F. (E) (MI), 75 Grand 

Ave., Battle Creek, Mich.OE12 

Schulz, Harold A. (KC), Fairview, 

Kans.E45 

Schulz, Jerome C. (SWO), 2307 Linden 

Ave., Middletown, Ohio .C14 

Schulz, Wm. K. (MV), Owensville, Mo. 

.OE08 

Schulze, Otto (SW), 1491 S. 84th St., 

.West Allis, Wis.OE04 

fchumacher, Calvin H. (Sind), 435 First 

»St., Henderson, Ky. ..E49 

chumacher, Frederick T. (I) (NY), 423 
W. 120th St., New York 27, N. Y. ...US50 
Schumacher, Theo. F. (Sind), 208 W. 

4th St., Huntingburg, Ind.OE15 

Schumann, Wilhelm (RM), Newcastle, 

Colo.OE04 

Schupp, Eugene W. (KC), 716 Plum 

St., Newton, Kans.E51 

Schwantes, Charles W. (D) (Phi), 
Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St., Phila¬ 
delphia 2, Pa.E33 

Schwarze, Robert E. (NI), R. 1, Box 

7, Davis, Ill.OE18 

Schweickhardt, L. (T), 1329 S. Carroll¬ 
ton Ave., New Orleans 18, La.OE02 

Schweickhart, William J. (SI), 1331 

Fairfax St., Carlyle, Ill.E34 

Schweinfurth, Fred C., D.D. (D) (NEO), 

2969 W. 25th St., Cleveland 13, Ohio..OE17 
Schwemmer, Wm. G. (NW), Minocqua, 

Wis.OE23 

Schwengel, E. H. (T), Burton, Texas..OE25 
Sechriest, Lloyd E. (So), Box 82, Rock¬ 
well, N. C.TS51 

Seibert, Everett W. (MI), 3896 E. 154th 

St., Cleveland, Ohio .C33 

Seidler, John R. (NW), 2242 State St., 

New Holstein, Wis.OMH33 

Seiple, Wm. G., Ph.D. (E) (P), Green¬ 
way, Apt. 102, 110 34th St., S. E., 

Washington, D. C.TS05 

Seitz, Frederick C., D.D., (E) (Leh), 

616 N. 20th St.. Allentown, Pa.TS98 

Seiwell, Porter W. (Mer), 122 E. Orange 

St., Shippensburg, Pa.TS38 

Seldomridge, Amos L. (Mer), New 

Bloomfield, Pa.TS44 

Selmikeit, Arthur F. (NW), R. 2, Elk¬ 
hart Lake, Wis.OE18 

Seltzer, Wm. Van Reed (I) (Mer), 29 

E. Philadelphia St.. York, Pa.TS29 

Senft, E. Philip (CP), N. Spring St., 

Everett, Pa.X51 

Senne, Henry H. (NI), 1604 Vincennes 

Ave., Chicago Heights, Ill.OMcC21 

Sennewald, Arthur E. (WNY), 79 Elm 

St., Hornell, N. Y.MH41 

Sennewald, Gerhard C. (MI), 15739 

Prest St., Detroit 27, Micb.E36 

Sennewald, Max R. (D) (WNY), 3350 
Broadway, R.F.D. 1, Buffalo 25, N. Y. 

.OE07 

Sensenig, E. Elmer (E) (Leh), 399 E. 

Hamilton St., Allentown, Pa.TS12 

Sensenig, Oliver H. (E) (CP), Alex¬ 
andria, Pa.19 

Settlage, Frank (E) (SW), Prairie du 

Sac, Wis.OMH34 

Settlage, Henry G. (E) (SW), R. D. 4. 

Box 784, Waukesha, Wis.OMH03 

Settlage, Herman E. (MI), RR. 1, Deca¬ 
tur, Ind.OMH23 

Settlemyre, John W. (So), R. 4, Win¬ 
ston-Salem, N. C.TS49 

♦Sewell, Nicholas S. (Mag), 365 Wood- 

row Ave., Columbus 7, Ohio . 

Seybold, G. E. (Neb), 2838 S. 35th St., 
Omaha 5, Neb.E24 


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Seybold, M. L. (Neb), 333 N. 4th St., 

Seward, Nebr.OE17 

Seybold, Theo. C., D.D. (M) (KC), Rai¬ 
pur, C. P., India .E13 

Seyfert, Warren H. (NI), 3342 Calwag- 

ner St., Franklin Park, Ill.E46 

Shafer, Floyd R., D.D. (EP), Tatamy, 

Pa.TS10 

Shafer, Fred’k W. (EP), 625 Center 

St., Easton, Pa.TS35 

Shaffer, Chas. D. (I) (P), San Mar. 

Boonsboro, Md.TS96 

Shaffer, Richard E. (Mer), Hellam, Pa. 

. TS37 

Shaffer, Wm. R., D.D. (Phi), 7253 
Ogontz Ave., Philadelphia 38, Pa. .026 
Sheeder, Franklin I., D.D. (D) (Phi), 

702 Main St., Collegeville, Pa.C26 

Sheely, Howard E. (Mer), 112 York St., 

Hanover, Pa.C26 

Shellenberger, J. Monroe (EP), c/o 
Howard Kresge, #3, Stroudsburg, Pa. 

.TS06 

Shelley, Herman S. (I) (Lan), 646 W. 

Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa.U00 

Shenberger, Albert E. (Mer), 16 W. 

Pomfret St., Carlisle, Pa.TS40 

Shetler, John C. (R), 4709 Tenth Ave., 

Temple, Pa.TS45 

Shiflfer, Horace A. (Sus), 119 Wyom¬ 
ing St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.TS10 

Shimler, Donald H. (G) (SWO), 559 
Bedford Rd., Pocatico Hills, Tarry- 

town, N. Y.USXMH44 

Shinn, Henderson, L. V., D.D. (NWO), 

2S15 Fulton St., Toledo 10, Ohio .C15 

Shinn, Roger L., Ph.D. (D) (NWO), 
Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio .. .US46 
Shoffner, H. Grady, D.D. (SWO), 115 

N. 4th St., Miamisburg, Ohio .C29 

Shoffner, Kendall B. (MI), 8854 Pine- 

hurst St., Detroit 4, Mich.TS34 

Shoffner, Terrell M. (So), S. Brady Ave., 

Newton, N. C..TS39 

Shollenberger, Norman W. (R), 136 S. 

9th St., Reading, Pa.TS37 

Shontz, Raymond A. (Ch) (Lan), 44 

Union Ave., New Holland, Pa.TS32 

Shope, John H., Ph.D. (G) (NI), 2934 
Western Ave., Park Forest, Chicago 

Heights, Ill.TS38 

Shreiner, I. Kenneth (Lan), 23 E. Main 

St., Campbelltown, Pa.TS51 

Shue, Harvey S. (Sind), 1615 Ohio 

Blvd., Terre Haute, Ind.TS30 

Shults, Frank A., D.D. (PNW), 424 N. 

Main St., Gresham, Oregon.HY07 

Shults, George A. (Pbg), 408 Main St., 

Irwin, Pa.TS36 

Shumaker, Paul C. (Pbg), 1 Columbia 

Park, Greenville, Pa.TS35 

Shuman, Albert C., D.D. (E) (NWO), 

80 N. Sandusky St., Tiffin, Ohio ...H96 
Sic-kburt, Donald W. (Sind), R. R. 3, 

Box 897, Outer Oak Hill Rd., Evans¬ 
ville, Ind.E46 

Sideris, E. (WNY), R. 1, Sanborn, N. Y. 

.McC 

Siebert, Warner H. (SW), 224 W. State 

St., Hartford, Wis.OE27 

Siegel, Wm. H. (R), 20 W. Pine St., 

Mahanoy City, Pa.TS39 

Siegenthaler, Carl E. (D) (MY), 1823 

Hickory St., St. Louis 4, Mo.Y48 

Siegenthaler, Gottlieb (P), 2221 Ken¬ 
tucky Ave., Baltimore 13, Md.OE12 

Siegle, John G. (N), Eyota, Minn...OMH33 
♦Siegner, Herbert L. (WNY), 66 Locust 

St., Lockport, N. Y.UL 

Siemers, William F. (N), New Salem. 

N. D.MH45 

Siemsen, Alvin H. (MI), Saline, Mich. 

E38 

Sieveking] Geo. H.’ (E) ’(MV),’ ’378 Look¬ 
out Dr., St. Louis 15, Mo.OE96 

Sigler, Charles W. (EP), 4th & Center 
Sts., East Mauch Chunk, Pa.TS51 


Sigrist, Leander A. (SEO), New Bed¬ 
ford, Ohio .H04 

Silvius, Urias O., D.D. (E) (Phi), 817 E. 

Kerper St., Philadelphia 11, Pa...OMH90 
Simon, William F. A. (MI), 420 Chest¬ 
nut St., Wyandotte, Mich.OE20 

Simon, Wm. F., Ph.D. (MY), 1115 Vic¬ 
tor St., St. Louis 4, Mo.OE96 

Singer, Jacob M. (Sus), Herndon, Pa. 

TS39 

Singley, Dewees F. (Phi), 1540 Win go- 

hocking St., Philadelphia 40, Pa.CIS 

Sipple, Simon, D.D. (E) (Leh), 41 N. 

8th St., Allentown, Pa.OTS03 

Sitler, Clarence E. (SWO), 6849 Beech- 

mont Ave., Cincinnati 30, Ohio .C33 

Slifer, Franklin D. (Leh), 36 E. Smith 

St., Topton, Pa.TS26 

Slifer, Morris D., Th.D. (R), 1318 N. 

13th St., Reading, Pa.TS29 

Slinghoff, Paul T., D.D. (R), 216 W. 

Greenwich St., Reading, Pa.C30 

Smeltzer, John F. (Ch) (Lan), Hqs. 

20th Air Force, APO 239, c/o PO, 

San Francisco, Calif.OTS34 

Smith, Carl T. (Phi), 7109 Erdrick St., 

Philadelphia 35, Pa.US43 

Smith, Carl W. (Lan), 4408 Marblehead 

St., Harrisburg, Pa.TS32 

Smith, Clark S. (I) (Mer), 49 Lincoln 

Ave., Gettysburg, Pa.TS36 

Smith, E. Eugene (MV), Labadie, Mo...E50 
Smith, George A. (Phi), Fort Washing¬ 
ton, Pa.TS40 

Smith, Geo. M. (EP), 242 N. Franklin 

St.. Weissport, Pa.U06 

Smith, Marion E. (CP), 2304 8th Ave., 

Altoona, Pa.TS48 

Smith, Nevin E., D.D. (Mer), 210 Broad¬ 
way, Hanover, Pa.TS31 

Smith, Perry L., D.D. (D) (Phi), Schaff 
Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, 

Pa.♦.TS24 

Smith, Sidney S. (EP), 1S17 Lincoln 

Ave., Northampton, Pa.TS23 

Smith, Warren G. (SWO), 2051 Court- 

land Ave., Norwood 12, Ohio .E45 

Snead, Paul B. (Lan), 140 E. Main St., 

Ephrata, Pa.TS43 

Snitker, Harold J. (WNY), 125 Doat St., 

Buffalo 11, N. Y.OMH28 

Snodgrass, Stuart C. (CP), 1507 12th 

Ave., Altoona, Pa.TS41 

Snyder, Claude J.. D.D. (D) (SI), 1720 

Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo.C18 

Snyder, E. Kenneth (Phi), 330 Edgely 

Ave., Glenside, Pa.X34 

Snyder, Geo. R., D.D. (M) (P), St. Paris, 

R. D. 1, Ohio .C19 

Snyder, Herman C. (Lan), Quarryville, 

Pa.TS34 

Snyder, Herman G. (CP), Freeburg, 

Pa.TS13 

Snyder. R. Wendell (Lan), 110 W. 43rd 

St., Minneapolis, Minn.TS42 

Snyder, Roy C. (P), G915 York Rd., 

Stoneleigh, Baltimore 12, Md.TS44 

Snyder, Theron M. (Phi), 536 W. Chew 

Ave., Philadelphia 20, Pa.TS48 

Soell, Emanuel J. (MI), 1013 7th St., 

Port Huron, Mich.OE14 

Sollinger, Merle F. (Mer). 136 E. Balti¬ 
more St., Greencastle, Pa.TS45 

Solly, William H. (R), P. O. Box 203, 

Boyertown, Pa.TS39 

Somers. L. Irvin (Ch) (So), USNS Gen¬ 
eral Nelson M. Walker, Military Sea 
Transportation Service, Pacific FPO, 

San Francisco, Calif.TS45 

Sommerlatte, John (E) (NEO), 1422 
Rosewood Ave., Lakewood, Cleveland 

7, Ohio .OMH01 

Sommers, John A. (MV), Chicago Fresh 
Air Hospital, 2451 Howard St., Chi¬ 
cago 45, Ill.OE32 

Sonneborn, Geo., Sr. (SWO), 521 Forest 
Ave., Dayton 5, Ohio .E22 


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Sonneborn, George, Jr. (N), 1454 Albe¬ 
marle St., St. Paul 3, Minn.E48 

Souders, Warren E. (Sind), R. 1, Cen¬ 
ter Point, I ml. 

Spangler, Eldon M. (Lan), Willow 

Street, Pa.TS49 

Spatlielf, Eugene 11. (D) (Ml), 12755 

Kentucky Ave., Detroit 4, Mich.OE03 

Specht, Herman (E) (MV), 9209 Edna 

St., St. Louis 15, Mo.OE94 

Sperry, Gordon H. (Leh), 6th and Wal¬ 
nut Sts., Allentown, Pa.TS45 

Spessard, K. Otis, Ph.D. (E) (Lan), 

Annville, Pa.TS94 

Spindler, Edward II. (WNY), 532 Elm 

St., Buffalo 3, N. Y.E37 

Spotts, Chas. D., 1).D. (D) (Lan), 

Smoketown, Pa.TS25 

Spotts, Geo. W. (Lan), Jonestown, Pa. 

.TS04 

Sprenger, Conrad N. (E) (Pbg), 3830 
Delco Rd., Brentwood, Pittsburgh 27, 

Pa.OE02 

Sprunger, Meredith J., Ph.D. (MI), 307 

Plymouth St., Culver. Ind.MHPX41 

Stacy, Alvin (L) (NW), Greenwood, 

Wis.OMH32 

Stadler, Carl A. (E) (KC), Pastors’ 

Home, Blue Springs, Mo.OE06 

Stahl, Robert M. (I) (P), 4301 Ford- 
ham Road, Carroll Sta., Baltimore. 

Md.TS11 

Stahlhut, Herbert E. (MV), 1511 E. Col¬ 
lege Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.E37 

Stahr, Henry I.. D.D. LL.D., L.H.D. 

(E) (NY), Box 265, Scituate, Mass...TS10 
Stamm, C. Nevin (So), R. 2, Lexington, 

N. C.C35 

Stange, Paul L. (SWO), 409 Kenilworth 

Ave., Dayton 5, Ohio .OE16 

Stanger, C. G. (E) (NI), 190 Elm Ave.. 

Elmhurst, Ill.OE94 

Stanger, Robert €., D.D. (NI), 4250 N. 

Paulina St., Chicago 13. Ill.OEY21 

Stanley, Border L. (I) (P). 56 Cantrell 

Ave., Harrisonburg, Va.TS11 

Staple, Richard H. (SEO), 349 22nd St.. 

N.W., Massillon, Ohio .E46 

Starr, Ralph E. (R), Wernersville, Pa. 

. TS19 

Stau dt, Edwin E. (WNY), 525 Ma han - 

tonga St., Pottsville, Pa.TS42 

Stauffer, Geo. A. (E) (Lan), 207 E. 

King St.. Lancaster, Pa. U99 

Stauffer, Sam’l P. (E) (Phi), 7506 Fav- 

ette St., Philadelphia 3S, Pa.FS9° 

Steele, Robert C. (Pbg), 813 Virginia 
Ave. Ext., Aspinwall, Pittsburgh 15, 

Pa. TS45 

Steffen. George F. (X), 716 4th St., S., 

St. Cloud. Minn. E42 

Stegner, Irvin B. (SI), R. 2, Arthur, Ill.’ 

........ E36 

Stem, J. Rauch. D.D. (E) (Lan), 804 

N. Second St., Harrisburg, Pa. TS97 

Stein. Karl A., D.D. (E) (Pbg), 209 S. 

Delaware Ave., Tampa, Fla. __ TS03 

Steinberg, Victor (Phi), Ottsville. Pa 

0 . -.. OTSMH20 

Steiner, Traugott (MV), R. R. 2, Mar¬ 
vell, Ark.OMH31 

Steinert, Joseph M. (Pbg), Delmont. 

„ Pa .TS45 

Steinhardt. Donald E. (NI), 700S S 

Michigan Ave., Chicago 37, Ill.MH49 

Sterner, Fred A. (R), 2432 Fail-view 

Ave., Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa.TS19 

Sterrett, Arwood J. (NWO), 55 W. Cen¬ 
tral Ave., Delaware, Ohio .E49 

Steve, John F. (WNY), 874 Humboldt 

Pkwy., Buffalo 11, N. Y.E3S 

Stevens, Charles L. (C), 385 E. Orange 

Grove Ave., Pasadena 6, Calif. .E50 

Stibitz. E. Earle (L) (D). (NWO), 

Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio .E35 


Stillwell, Carl N. (I) (MV), 1324 N. 

Clay Ave., Springfield 2, Mo.E41 

Stock, Norman L. (So). 1517 Chuli 

Nene St., Tallahassee, Fla.E23 

Stock, Paul R. (MV), 4708 S. Grand 

Blvd., St Louis 11, Mo.E27 

Stock, Roy J. (Neb), R.F.D. 1, Falls 

City, Nebr.E36 

Stockmeier. Leonard (SW), Campbells- 

port, Wis.MH50 

Stockmeier, Otto (NWO), R. 1, Holgate, 

Ohio .OMH17 

Stoerker, Adolph (NI), 301 Fifth St., 

Aurora, Ill.0X32 

Stoerker. C. Frederick (IvC), 311 Hitt 

St., Columbia, Mo.X42 

Stoerker. Fred (KC), 814 Faraon St.. 

St. Joseph 54, Mo.OE11 

Stoerker, J. Winfred (SI), Okawville, 

Ill.E48 

Stoerker. Manfred A. (SEO), 311 N. 

Main St., Orrville, Ohio .E40 

Stoerker, Paul (I) (NI), 9858 W. Irving 

Park Blvd., Schiller Park. Ill.OE05 

Stoerker, Theophil (D) (MV), Emmaus 

Home. St. Charles, Mo.OE18 

Stolte, L. IV.. D.D. (SWO), 2215 Wyo¬ 
ming St., Dayton 10. Ohio .OMH06 

Stommel, Ewald H. (NI), 209 27tli Ave., 

Bellwood, Ill.OE20 

Stoner, Harvey S. (E) (SEO), R. 2, 

Massillon, Ohio .9S 

Stonesifer, Paul T., D.D. (D) (Lan), 328 

Atkins Ave., Lancaster, Pa.TS20 

Storck. Theodore J. (E) (la), Burling¬ 
ton Hospital, Burlington, Iowa .X93 

Stoudt. George P. (Lan), 237 Center- 

St.. Millersburg, Pa.TS38 

Stoudt. John J., Ph.D. (I) (Leh), 1054 
Tilghman St.. Allentown. Pa. ..OYXUS36 
Stoudt, John K., D.D. (R), Leesport, 

Pa.OC12 

Stoudt, Jos. R. (CP), 411 Market St., 

Mifflinburg, Pa.X33 

Stoudt, Paul T. (Phi), 304 Juniper St., 

Quakertown, Pa.OTS18 

Stover. Webster, Ph.D. (I) (NY), 535 

Fifth Ave., New Y'ork, N. Y.US25 

Strasburg, Max (E) (C), 455 Oak Glen 

Ave., Ontario. Calif.OE03 

Straub, Clyde F. (P), 304 Peach Blos¬ 
som Ave., Cambridge. Md.TS38 

Straube, Milton L. (Neb), 412 First St., 

S.W., LeMars, Iowa.OE32 

Strauch, Paul E. (WNY), 108 Hewitt 

Ave., Buffalo 15, N. Y.TS41 

Strauss. John (E) (T), R. 12, Box 398, 

San Antonio. Texas .OE01 

Streich, Paul H. (M) (NY), Casilla 2320, 

Quito, Ecuador. S. A.E3S 

Strietelmeier. William R. (P), 2 S. 

Ellwood Ave., Baltimore 24, Md...OMHll 
Strine, Raymond C. (Pbg), Dayton, Pa. 

.TS30 

String, Chas. E. (NY), 310 Washing¬ 
ton St.. Egg Harbor City. N. J.US31 

Stroehlein, E. (SWO), R. 3, Batesville, 

Ind. .OE15 

Strothmann. Maynard H. (D) (NWO), 

99 Claremont Ave., New l'ork 27, N.Y...50 
Stuart, Donald E. (KC), Nickerson, 

Kans.MH50 

St rub. Henry M. (CP), 202 E. 3rd St., 

Williamsport 6, Pa.OE08 

Strunk, Lawrence N. (So), 904 N. Main 

St., Kannapolis, N. C.TS43 

Stuckey, Walter J. (SW), New Glarus, 

Wis.OMH15 

Stucki, Benjamin (D) (NW). Winne¬ 

bago Indian School, Neillsville, Wis. 

.030 

Stucki, Frank E. (Ia), Alleman, Iowa 

..OMHP20 

Stuckwisch, Leonhardt, J. F. (NI). 728 
MP Bn., APO 660, c/o PM, San Fran¬ 
cisco, Calif.E33 


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Stu-Twe 


Stuebbe, Calvin J. E. (Neb), Sutton, 

Nebr.MH42 

Stuebbe. Klaus J.. D.D. (NW), Mani¬ 
towoc, Wis.OMH13 

Stuebbe, Robert (L) (NW), R. R. 4. 

Garner, Iowa .MH44 

Stueber, Louis F. (NEO), 13414 Alvin 

Ave., Cleveland 5, Ohio .OE2S 

Stuebi, Edward C. (E) (NY), c/o Mr. 
Edward H. Stuebi, 6 Keefe Ave., Holy¬ 
oke, Mass.OMH9G 

Sturm, Carl F. (PNW), 1041G 8th Ave., 

N.W., Seattle 77, Wash.OE27 

♦Such, Tibor (SWO), Stoutsville, Ohio 
Suedmeyer, Armin A. (NY), 10 Partridge 

Rd., Delmar, N. Y.OE37 

Suedmeyer, Arnold K. (Sind), 2724 

Napoleon St., Indianapolis 3, Ind.E42 

Suedmeyer, Louis F. (NEO), 44 Pasa¬ 
dena St., Youngstown, Ohio .OE34 

Surbey, Paul R. (SI), 123 E. Dee St., 

Lebanon, Ill.E44 

Susott, A. A. (NI), R. 1, Forreston, Ill. 

. 0E16 

Sutz, John G. (SEO), 283 E. Main St., 

Carrollton, Ohio .OBL11 

Suzuki, Kichisuke (C), 202G S. Bar¬ 
rington Ave., West Los Angeles 25, 

Calif. CP14 

Swinehart, Arthur Y. (NEO), 5475 Ma¬ 
honing Ave., Youngstown 9, Ohio ...E44 
Swope, Pierce E.. D.D. (Lan). 210 S. 

3rd St„ Lebanon, Pa.CIO 

Sykes, Edward J., Jr. (Mer), Spring 

Grove, Pa.TS43 

Szabo, Anthony (C), 1138 W. 71 St., 

Los Angeles 44, Calif.C27 

Szabo, Ladislaus (Mag), 404 Somerset 

Ave., Windber, Pa.X05 

Szabo, Stephen, Ph.D. (Mag), 285G East 

Blvd., Cleveland 4, Ohio .X27 

Szeghy, John B. (Mag), 3602 Ivy St., 

East Chicago, Ind.BL15 

Sziarto, Stephen (SWO), 2852-28th St., 

N.W., Washington 8. D. C.TS34 

♦Szigethy, Bela (WNY), 1940 Clinton 
Ave., Buffalo 6, N. Y. 


T 


Takaro, Geza, D.D. (NY), 344 E. 69th 

St., New York 21, N. Y.X07 

Tallis, Edward J. (WNY), 113 Ft. Stan- 

wic Pk., So., Rome, N. Y.TS49 

Tannler, Benedict W. (NY), 9212 89tli 

Ave., Woodliaven 21, N. Y.OE27 

Tapy, John F. (I) (P), 2212 You Place, 

S.E., Washington 20, D. C.H05 

Taylor, Edouard H. (P), Thurmont, Md. 

TS50 

Taylor, Kenneth T. (G) (NY), li G.L 

Village, Amherst, Mass.UTS50 

Taylor, Paul V.. Ph.D., DD. (M) (Lan), 

1118 W. New St., Lancaster, Pa.TS13 

Teitsworth, W. Reed (Leh), Limerick, 

Pa.E46 

Tempest, William II. (WNY), 3G4 Gen¬ 
esee St., Buffalo 4, N. Y.E39 

Tendick, Armin H. (Ia), Baxter, Iowa 

.OMH25 

Tepas, Bernard J. (WNY), 1080 Port¬ 
land Ave., Rochester 5, N. Y.E18 

Tepas, Irving C. (WNY), 104 Indian 

Church Rd., Buffalo 10, N. Y.E31 

Teske, Frank W., D.D. (EP). 1017 Le¬ 
high St., Easton, Pa.TS17 

Teske, Gustav A. (KC), 6006 E. 14th St., 

Kansas City 3, Mo.X15 

Tetzlaff, Herbert T. (NI), 312 Avalon 

Place, Peoria 5, Ill.E39 

Thiedt, Harold W. (WNY), 1475 Or¬ 
chard Park Rd., Buffalo 24, N. l r . ...E49 
Thiel, Wm. P. (C), 6327 Arlington Ave., 

Los Angeles 43, Calif.OMH10 


Thies, Matthew H. (NY), 404 Lafay¬ 
ette St., Newark 5, N. J.TS46 

Thilking, George S. (KC), Herndon, 

Kans.E50 

Thomas. John P. (Cli) (WNY), Air 
Training Command, 3625th Training 
Wing, Tyndall Air Force Base, 

Panama City, Fla.Y47 

Thomas, Theo. A. (Neb), Walnut, Iowa 

.OE10 

Thompson. Arthur C., D.D. (E) (CP), 

Saxton, Pa.U99 

Thompson, Daniel (G) (Mer), School of 
Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, 

Ga.UTS51 

Tiemeyer, Theodore N. (Sind), Office, 

222 E. Spring St., New Albany, Ind...E34 
Tietke, Herman (PI) (NI), 205 S. Madi¬ 
son Ave., La Grange, Ill.OE87 

Tillich, Paul J., D.D., Ph.D. (G) (NY), 

99 Claremont Ave., New f Y’ork 27, 

N. Y.OX12 

Tingler, Victor J. (E) (Pbg), 699 Jef¬ 
ferson St.. Meadville, Pa.OTS9S 

Tischhauser, E. (PNW), 1620 S. 23rd 

St., Tacoma 3, Wash.OE23 

Tobias, D. Emerson (E) (SWO), R. 3, 

Xenia. Ohio .COO 

Todd, Leonard F. (SI). St. Jacobs, 

Ill.E33 

Todd. Ralph K. (R), 316 Church St., 

Minersville, Pa. 

Toelle, H. C. (SI), Smithton, Ill.OE09 

Tollas, William V. (MV), Troy, Mo. ...E50 
Topp, Reuben J. (Ia), R. D. 2, Sumner, 

Iowa .E49 

Torbitzky, Martin A. (MV). Jackson. 

,~Mo.E41 

/Tormohlen, Robert F. (Sind), 623 Allen 

'— St., Ow'ensboro, Ivy.E32 

Tosh, Aaron R., D.D. (So), Landis. 

N. C.TS19 

Toth, Alex., D.D. (D) (Mag), 55 N. 

West End Ave., Lancaster, Pa.X07 

Toth, Michael (Mag), 9227 Mason Place, 

Detroit, Mich.BL16 

Toth, Valentine (Mag), 2042 Crescent 

St., Long Island City, N. Y . 

Toth. William, Ph.D. (D) (Lan), R. D. 

5, Lancaster, Pa.TS30 

Totzke, Henry E. (SW), Saukville, Wis. 

.OE21 

Towmsley, Robert K. (Sus), R. D. 3, 

Catawissa, Pa...TS48 

Traut, Frederick G. (P). 1217 Maple 

Ave., S.W., Roanoke. Va.50 

Treese. Geo. W, Jr. (Neb), Plymouth, 

Nebr.X36 

Trexler, Carl O. (Sus), 510 S. Franklin 

St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.TS38 

Trexler, Wilbur E. (Phi), 114 N. Sixth 

St., Perkasie, Pa.TS43 

Tritchler, Gordon L. (WNY), 113 Rohr 

St., Buffalo 11, N. Y .MII43 

Trogler, Walter M. (Pbg), 100 Brown 

Ave., Butler, Pa.E42 

Trost, Theodore L. (G) (WNY), Col- 
gate-Rochester Divinity School. 110) 

S. Goodman St., Rochester, N. Y. ...OE31 
Trost, Walter P. (M) (SW), American 
Mission, Ho, British Togoland, Gold 

Coast, West Africa . E44 

Troup, Wm. E., D.D. (NEO), 2237 lltli 

St., S.W., Akron 14, Ohio .C17 

Truxal, Andrew G., Ph.D., LL.D. (D) 

(P), Hood College, Frederick, Md...TS24 
Tschudy, Fridolin (E) (C), 1229 Jack- 

son St., Long Beach 5, Calif.OE07 

Tschudy, Lynn F. B. (SEO), 207 E. 

Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio ...OE35 
Tuenge, Theodor A. (MI), 34 S. Wilson 

Blvd., Mt. Clemens, Mich.E42 

Tw r ente, Theophil H., D.D. (D) (MV), 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo..OE13 

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U 


Uhlhorn, R. (E) (T), R. 1, Box 92, 

Mansfield, Texas .OEMcC97 

Ujlaki, Francis, D.D. (G) (Mag), 1726 
Pennsylvania Ave., N. W., Washing¬ 
ton, D. C.X12 

Ullrich, Edward W. (So), 261 N.E. 23rd 

St., Miami 37, Fla.TS29 

Ulrich, Geo. R. (E) (KC), Amazonia, 

Mo.OMH99 

Umbeck, Paul F. (NI), Crown Point, 

Ind. ..CTS45 

Urffer, Robt. J. (Leh), Schnecksville. 

Pa. .TS31 

Uthlaut, Chester H. (SI), 2901 Nameoki 
Rd., Granite City, Ill.E37 


Y 


Vajda, Zoltan A. (Mag), S016 Vander¬ 
bilt Ave., Detroit 17, Mich.X36 

Van Camp, Arthur A. (WNY), 75 Bev¬ 
erly Road, Buffalo, N. Y...E45 

Vandevere, Ray S. (D) (R), Bethany 

Orphans’ Home, Womelsdorf, Pa_TS28 

Van Dyck, Theodore H. (PNW), 6514 

12th Ave., N.W., Seattle 7, Wash.E37 

Varga, Louis (Mag), 221 Johnston Ave., 

Pittsburgh 7, Pa.X22 

Varns, George W. (SEO), Lewisville, 

Ohio .E50 

*Vasady, Bela (C), University of 

Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa . 

Vasvary, Edmund (I) (Mag), 1726 Penn¬ 
sylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, 

D. C.X16 

Veith, Loran W. (Pbg), Harmony, Pa. 

.C28 

Vieth, Henry P. (SI), Evansville, Ill. 

.OE02 

Vitz, Raymond E. (Sind), 2707 Oak 

St., Terre Haute, Ind.OMH34 

Vitz, Richard P. (SWO), 53 S. Wal¬ 
nut St., Germantown, Ohio .E42 

Vitz, Robert H. (Ch) (NI), USNS, Gen. 
John Pope, c/o FPO, San Francisco, 

Calif.EP37 

Voelm, Donald J. (NEO), 1602 Ansel 

Rd., Cleveland, Ohio .E45 

Vogelmann, Carl G. (WNY), 278 Tus- 

carora Rd., Buffalo 20, N. Y.OE20 

Vogelmann, Walter W. (NW), 106 Pop¬ 
lar St., Merrill, Wis.OE25 

Vogt, John J. (E) (NWO), Skanee, 

Mich.OMH92 

Volkens, Henry, Jr. (Sind), Lamar, 

Ind.E35 

Volkert, Robert C. (SW), Slinger, Wis. 

.MH46 

Voll, Charles L. (Pbg), R. 6, Cumber¬ 
land, Md.TS44 

Vollbrecht, William (E) (C), 372 San 

Diego Ave., Daly City, Calif.OE90 

Vollmer, Philip, Jr. (D) (NEO). Fair- 
view Park Hospital, 3305 Franklin 

Ave., Cleveland, Ohio .OC12 

VonderOhe, Walter E. (NWO), Elliston, 

Ohio . E48 

Von Gruenigen, Arthur A. (M) (NWO), 

R. R. 3, Tiffin, Ohio .MHP48 

Von Gruenigen, Arthur R. (NWO). 508 
Hancock St., Sandusky, Ohio.. .OMHP19 
Von Kaske, Adolphus W. (I) (Pbg), 

Corriganville, Md.OTS01 

Vornholt, Edwin H. (NW), 126 Dixon 

St., Stevens Point, Wis.OMH98 

Vornholt, J. F. (E) (NWO), 916 Hamp¬ 
ton Ave., Toledo, Ohio .OTS02 

Voss, H. Raymond (Sind), 440 First St., 

N.E., Linton, Ind.E45 

Voss, Henry D. (NI), 221 W. Van Buren 
St, Naperville, Ill.MH28 


Vriesen, Henry T. (E) (SW), Reeseville, 

Wis..OMH04 

Vriesen, Otto J. (N), Hamburg, Minn. 
..OMH13 


XV 


Waeckerle, Walter H. (SW), Brown- 

town, Wis.MH49 

Wagner, Jacob B. (NY), 317 E. 187th 

St., Bronx, New York 57, N. Y.X45 

Wagner, James E., D.D. (Lan), 338 Col¬ 
lege Ave., Lancaster, Pa.TS21 

Wagner, Mark G. (P), 1823 Virginia 

Ave., Hagerstown, Md.TS33 

Wagner, O. Walter (G) (MV), 524 

Greeley Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo. 

...OCTS30 

Wagner, Scott R., D.D. (P), 229 N. 

Potomac St., Hagerstown, Md.TS00 

Wahl, Alfred J. A. (SWO), 410 Fourth 

Ave., Dayton, Ky.E14 

Wahl, Clemens A. (SEO), Baltic, Ohio 

.OE30 

Wahl, Edwin A. (Sind), 204 Meridian 

Ave., Louisville 7, Ky.OE34 

Waidmann, Martin G. (MV), Augusta, 

Mo.E51 

Waidner, Geo. W. (L) (E) (Phi), 838 

N.W. 145th Terrace, Miami 38, Fla.27 

Walch, Wm. R. (WNY), 24 Victoria 

Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.E37 

Walenta, Howard W. (Pbg), 11 N. High 

St., Du Bois, Pa.US40 

Walenta, Max J. H. (NY), 1666 Grove 

St., Brooklyn 27, N. Y.OUS03 

Walenta, Victor E. (NEO), 3104 Wood- 
bridge Ave., Cleveland 9, Ohio ...OMH28 
Walper, Melvin F. (Sus), 1323 Center 

St., Ashland, Pa.TS43 

Walthour, J. Miles (Pbg), Fredonia, 

Pa.TS45 

Warber, Charles (E) (PNW), 208 N. 

Alder St., Toppenish, Wash.OE99 

Warber, Erwin H. (N), Bertha, Minn. 

.MH49 


Warber, Henry C. (PNW), 346 N. 4th 

St., Payette, Idaho .0X30 

War lick, Chas. W. (E) (So), Mt. Pleas¬ 
ant, N. C.TS03 

Warner, Verne H. (Ch) (NI), 2471st 
AFRTC, O’Hare International Airport, 

Park Ridge, Ill.E37 

Warskow, August F. (SWO), 2639 Fern- 

cliffe Ave., Dayton 10, Ohio .OE10 

W T ashburn, Jost B. (T), 4203 S. Roche- 

blave, New Orleans 15, La. .E44 

Watts, Franklin P. (Phi), 430 Wash¬ 
ington St., Royersford, Pa.TS36 

Wayman, George C. (NWO), 312 S. 

Park Ave., Fremont, Ohio .OMH38 

Weaver, Beatrice M. (Lan), 899 Pleas¬ 
ure Rd, Lancaster, Pa.TS4S 

Weaver, Glenn (I) (NY), Yale Univer¬ 
sity, New Haven, Conn.TS44 

Weber, Carlton N. (NEO), 636 E. 136th 

St., Cleveland, Ohio .E49 

Weber, Harold E. (I) (NEO), 4379 W. 

_35th St., Cleveland 9, Ohio .MH28 

JVeber, Herman J. (Sind), 235 S. 41st 

N St., Louisville 12, Ky.E38 

Weber, Ebuis G. (NI), Hinckley. I11..OE10 
Weber, Walter L. (SWO), R. D. 1, Sun- 

man, Ind.E26 

Weckmueller, Herbert F. (G) (SW), 

1857 N. 70th St., Milwaukee 13, Wis...C23 
Wegener, A. H. (KC), 1915 Franklin 

Ave., Lexington, Mo.OE24 

Wehler, George L. (Pbg), 80 Broad¬ 
way, Frostburg, Md.TS42 

Wehr, Calvin P., D.D. (E) (Lan), Ca¬ 
tawba College, Salisbury, N. C.OU98 

Wehrli, Allen G., D.D. (D) (MV), 114 
Park Road, Webster Groves 19. Mo. 

.OE16 


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Weh-Wit 


Wehrli, Eugene S. (D) (NI), Elmhurst 

College, Elmhurst, Ill.E47 

Weidler, Carl J. (Neb), Dawson, Nebr. 

.OMH19 

Weidler, Edwin R. (Ch) (Pbg), Marine 
Aircraft Group #12, 1st Marine Air 
Wing, c/o FPO, San Francisco, Calif..P42 
Weidler, Victor D. (Ia), R. R. 3, 

Waverly, Iowa .OMH30 

Weier, Henry A. (NY), 2134 Newbold 
Ave., The Bronx 61, New York, N. Y. 

.E36 

Weigel, Leonard F. (MI), 24136 God¬ 
dard St., Taylor Center, Mich.OE35 

Weiler, John R. (Phi), 5029 N. 11th St., 

Philadelphia 41, Pa.US49 

Weiler, Ralph S., D.D. (D) (Phi), 
Sckaff Bldg., 1505 Race St., Philadel¬ 
phia 2, Pa.TS20 

Weiss, Philip W. (Phi), 512 Magee St., 

Philadelphia 11. Pa.OTS38 

Weiss, Win. G. (Phi), 2434 S. 72nd St., 

Philadelphia 42, Pa.OBL07 

Weisser, Ralph E. (N), 4040 Portland 

Ave., Minneapolis 7, Minn.OE24 

Welker, Edmund P. (P), Taneytown, 

Md.TS29 

Welker, Harvey A. (E) (So), 400 Peele 

St., Burlington, N. C.X96 

Weller, Elmer E. (E) (C), 812 Oro Ter¬ 
race, San Pedro, Calif.TS90 

Welsh, A. Augustus, D.D. (EP), 130 

Wall St., Bethlehem, Pa.TS30 

Weltge, Edwin H. P. (SI), R. 3, 

Metropolis, Ill.E46 

Weltge, F. W. (SI), R. F. D. 2, Nash¬ 
ville, Ill.OE06 

Weltge, Fred J. W. (Ia), State Sani- 

torium, Oakdale, Iowa .E41 

Weltge, Paul W. (MI), Petoskey, Mich. 

.OE17 

Weltge, William B. (MV), 2348 Tennes¬ 
see Ave., St. Louis 4, Mo.OE15 

Wenner, Jerome A. (Phi), 8042 Mich- 

ener St., Philadelphia 19, Pa.TS36 

Wentz, Bruce A., Ph.D. (D) (So), 

Catawba College, Salisbury. N. C...TS18 
Wentz, Richard E. (P), 48 Broadway, 

Hagerstown, Md.TS51 

Wentzel, Fred D., D.D. (D) (Phi), 1505 

Race St., Philadelphia 2, Pa.TS21 

Wentzel, Kenneth B. (MI), 116 E. 7th 

St., Mishawaka, Ind.E49 

Werklieiser, Bertram M. (Phi), 7311 

N. 18th St., Philadelphia 26, Pa.TS31 

Wernecke, Herbert H., Ph.D. (D) (MV), 

475 E. Lockwood Blvd., Webster 

Groves 19, Mo.OMH20 

Wernecke, Winston W. (N), 206 W. 

Third St., Fairmont, Minn.MH46 

Werner, Arthur F. (KC), Loyal, Okla. 

.OE27 

Werner, Edwin L. (Phi), 2111 S. 21st 

St., Philadelphia 45, Pa.TS39 

Werner, William (RM), 4676 Lincoln 

St.. Denver 16, Colo.OFC17 

Werth, W. A. (N), Lidgerwood, N. Dak. 

.OE16 

Wesselenyi, Nicholas (Pbg), 134-8th 

Ave., McKeesport, Pa.X39 

Wessler, Edward H., D.D. (E) (NW), 

1723 N. 5th St., Sheboygan, Wis..OMHll 
Westerbeck, E. J. (MV), 3018 Louisiana 

Ave., St. Louis 18, Mo.OE13 

Westermeyer, John E. (SI), Olney, Ill. 

.E48 

Wetz, Wayne W. (MI), 615 Church St., 

St. Joseph, Mich.E46 

Wetzel, Daniel J., D.D. (R), 1606 N. 

15th St.. Reading, Pa.TS15 

Wetzel. John K. (Leh), St. Peter’s 
Church, 1211 Union Blvd., Allentown, 

Pa.C16 

Whetstone, Clarence E. (Pbg), R. 1, 

Mcyersdale, Pa.C28 

Whisenhunt, Roy C. (So), Box 307, 
Concord. N. C.C31 


Whitcomb, Thomas A. (MV), R. 1, 

Chesterfield, Mo.E51 

Wliitebread, Hoyt L. (NI), 5442 Van 

Buren St., Chicago 44, Ill.TS44 

Whitener, Milton (So), 307 Summit 

Ave., Salisbury, N. C.TS06 

Whitener, Sterling H. (M) (So), 309 W. 

Marsh St., Salisbury, N. C.Y45 

Whiterabbit, Mitchell (D) (NW), 

Winnebago Indian School, Black 

River Falls, Wis.TS45 

Wichman, Henry W. (SI), 530 Penning 

St., Wood River, Ill.E35 

Wiemer, Theodore C. (MI), 545 West 
Seven Mile Rd., Detroit 3, Mich. ...Y24 

Wienbrauck, Albert (MI), 3518 Buick 

St., Flint 5, Mich.OMH24 

Wierth, Clifford E. (NI), 1521 6th St., 

Peru, Ill.OE35 

Wierth. E. H. (T), Lockhart. Texas_E28 

Wierwill, Linus L., Middleton, Wis. 

.MH48 

Wierwill, Nathan B. (NWO), 306 S. 

Defiance St., Archbold, Ohio .MH43 

Wierwille, Victor P. (NWO), 109 S. 

Harrison St., Van Wert, Ohio ...MHP41 
Wiest, Elam G. (NEO), 3608 Spokane 

Ave., Cleveland 9, Ohio .OC34 

Wiggermann, Philip (SWO), 1521 Hol¬ 
man St., Covington, Ky.E13 

Wildasin, John E., D.D. (Phi), Dublin, 

Pa.PC24 

Wiley, William F. (NY), 281 6th Ave., 

N., Troy, N. Y.TS39 

Wilhelm, Raymond E., D.D. (P), 507 

Elm St., Frederick, Md.C21 

Wilke, Harold H. (NI), 415 Ellsworth 

St., Crystal Lake, Ill.US39 

Wilke, Walter W. (MV), 1020 Ringo St., 

Little Rock, Ark.OE25 

Wilking, Eugene F. (E) (SW), 5114 

Spring Court, R. 83, Madison 5, Wis. 

.0X03 

Williams, Philip E. (M) (Sus), 33 
Uwacho Komegafukaro, Sendai, Mi- 

yagi Pref., Japan .Y50 

Williams, Mrs. Philip E. (M) (Sus), 33 
Uwacho Komegafukaro, Sendai, Mi- 

yagi Pref., Japan .Y50 

Willman, Harry O. (NI), Deerfield. Ill..E45 
Wilson, L. Nevin (I) (Pbg), Berlin, 

Pa. TS11 

Wimer, William E. (G) (NY), 29 North 

Rd., Kingston, R. I.TS45 

Wimmler, Theodore C. (SI), 51 W. 

Church St., Mascoutah, Ill.E46 

Windhorst, Robert C. (Sind), 3820 S. 

New Jersey St., Indianapolis, Ind. .. .C24 
Winger, Frederick E. (E) (Dak). 379 
Tweed Ave., Winnepeg, Manitoba, 

Canada .OE02 

Winger, Paul E. (NI), 5154 Oakton St., 

Skokie, Ill.OE16 

Wingert, Calvin H., D.D. (SEO), 1227 

11th St., N.W., Canton 3, Ohio .TS31 

Winkelmann, Roy R. (Ia), 929 N. 5th 

St., Burlington, Iowa .E42 

Winnecke, Edwdn (Ia), R. D. 2, Nashua, 

Iowa .OE36 

Winter, John E. (CP), Alexandria, Pa. 

.TS51 

Wintermeyer, Henry H. (SI), 2103 

Cleveland Blvd., Granite City, Ill. 

.OE10 

Wintermeyer, Herbert H. (Ia), Latimer, 

Iowa .E3S 

Winters, G. Raymond (Phi), Trum- 

bauersville, Pa.TS38 

Winters, Richard H. (D) (Lan), Frank¬ 
lin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. 

.TS46 

Witmer. Frank D. (Pbg), 813 Main St.. 

Berlin, Pa.TS26 

Witmer, John M. (R), 19 S. Nice St., 

Frackville, Pa.TS38 

Witmer, Melvin C. (N), Fountain City, 

Wis.OMH32 


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Wit-Zwi 


Witt, W. J. (SWO), 106 W. McMicken 

Ave., Cincinnati 10, Ohio .OE19 

Witte, Wayne W. (Phi), 6380 Montgom¬ 
ery Ave., Philadelphia 31, Pa.MHP44 

Wittenberg, Wm. B. (E) (la), Garner, 

Iowa .OMH98 

Wittlinger, Oscar E. (E) (WNY), Cole¬ 
man Rd., Barker, N. Y.OEHSOl 

Wobbe, Richard K. (NI), 1082 Cora St., 

Des Plaines, Ill.E40 

Wobus, Paul A. (MY), Manchester, Mo. 

.OE15 

Wobus, Paul A., II (MV), Dittmer, Mo. 

.E51 

Wobus, Reinhard (E) (NWO), Sidney, 

Ohio .OE03 

Wobus, Theodore (MV), R. R. 2, Box 

69, St. Charles, Mo.OE06 

Woelke, Fred L. (T). Woodsboro, Tex..E49 

Wolfe, George E. (NW), 85y 2 S. 10th 

St., Minneapolis, Minn.MH36 

Wolfe, Herbert S. (NEO), R. D. 1, 

Clinton, Ohio .36 

Wolfgram, Dale L. (MI), 9301 W. Fort 

St., Detroit 9, Mich.E45 

Wolford, Earl G. (R), Oley, Pa. ...OTS28 

Wolford, Wm. O. (Leh), Fogelsville, 

Pa.OTS24 

Worthing, Lee O. (Pbg), Harrison 

City, Pa. ..,.TS45 

Worthman, Edward L., D.D. (NW), 424 

Fremont St., Kiel, Wis.OMH10 

Worthman, Matthew (MI), 320 W. 

South St., Bluffton, Ind.OMH23 

Worthman, Rudolph A. (MI), Millers- 

burg, Ind.OMH18 

Woth, Adam (E) (RM), 522 S. Park 

Ave., Casper, Wyo.OE94 

Wright, Albert M. (Pbg), 806 Grove 

Ave., Johnstown, Pa.TS27 

Wright, Paul R. (CP), New Berlin, Pa. 

'pggg 

Wu’e’bben,’ ’ Paul’ g‘. ’ ’(N j’ R. ‘ R.‘' i.’ Le 

Sueur, Minn. .OE05 

Wuerz, Frederick W. (T), Gay Hill, 

Texas .E29 

Wulfmann, J. (E) (MI), 122 Lincoln 

Ave., Mt. Clemens, Mich.OE99 

Wullschleger, Edwin R. (SW), R. 2. 

Pewaukee. Wis.OE17 

Wyler, W. H. (E) (NI), Dakota, I11....H06 
Wynn, Bert E. (CP), R. 4, Bedford, 

Pa.C30 

Wynn. William E. D. (SEO), 341 Edge- 

wood St., N. Canton, Ohio .E48 

Wyss, A. Edw. (I) (PNW), 4832 N. E. 
Columbia Blvd., Portland 11, Oregon 
.OMH11 


Y 

Yaekle, Donald M. (SWO). 215 Oakley 

Ave., Lawrenceburg, Ind.E45 

Yaggi. Harry G. (SWO), 150 King St., 

Lancaster, Ohio .E30 

Yates, Jack E. (Sind), 2215 N. Perkins 

Ave., Beech Grove, Ind.E49 

Yaukey, Jesse B. (I) (P), 4500 Maple 

St., Bethesda, Md. C22 

Yearick, Homer F. (So), R. 1, Julian, 

N. C.TS43 

Yocom. W. Ronald (R), 136 W. Broad 

St., Shillington, Pa.TS34 

Yoder, Don, Ph.D. (D) (Lan), Franklin 
and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. 


Yoder, George H. (Pbg), Manor, Pa...TS51 
Yoder, Paul D., D.D. (Mer), Codorus. 

Pa.TS10 

Yoh, Paul W.. D.D. (R), Hegins, Pa...C16 

Yohe, Ralph W. (Lan). 27S S. 4th St.. 

Columbia, Pa.TS39 

Yost, Alfred C. (SEO), R. 1, Sugar- 

creek, Ohio .OMH25 

Yost, Ethelbert B. (Phi), R. D. 1, Cres- 

co, Pa.C30 

Yost, Joseph (R), Tuscarora, Pa.C12 


Young, Robert J. (MV), 3932 Shreve 

Ave., St. Louis 15, Mo.E33 

Youngen, J. Eugene (Sind), 504 E. Ma¬ 
ple St., Jeffersonville, Ind.C20 

Youngman, Daniel (L) (Phi), 6438 

Palmetto St., Philadelphia 11. Pa.49 

Yount, John A., S.T.D. (E) (Pbg), 166 

Crane Ave., Pittsburgh 16, Pa.X04 

Yount, Zenith F. (E) (MV), Marquand, 

Mo.X06 

Yungschlager, Alfred W. (Neb), 703 
Walnut St., Atlantic, Iowa .OE30 


z 


Zartman, Frank R. (SEO), Mt. Eaton, 

Ohio .C25 

Zaugg, Elmer H., Ph.D., D.D. (I) (P), 

1226 N. Taylor St., Arlington, Va.H06 

Zaugg, H. Frederick (WNY), 70 Dickens 

St., Tonawanda, N. Y.E42 

Zechiel, Charles O. (WNY), 206 Grand¬ 
view Ave., Kenmore 23, N. Y.E44 

Zechiel, Edw. E., D.D. (D) (NWO), 
Home for the Aged, Upper San¬ 
dusky, Ohio .Cll 

Zechiel, Lowell E. (SEO), R. D., New 

Philadelphia, Ohio .E49 

Zechiel, Otto J. (NEO), North Lima, 

Ohio .C15 

Zechman, A. Levan (R), Summit Sta¬ 
tion, Pa.C22 

Zechman, Herbert B. (CP), Beaver 

Springs, Pa.C29 

Zechman, J. Odell (P), Cavetown, Md. 

.TS46 

Zechman, Raymond C. (R), Auburn, 

Pa TS35 

Zenk, Caivin‘ M.',' D.D.' '(E)' (SW),' 4240 
Warwick Way, Madison 5, Wis...OMH06 
Zeyher, C. H. (N), R. 2, Ellsworth, 

Wis. OE25 

Ziegler, Howard J. B., Ph.D. (I), (EP). 

Lehigh University. Bethlehem, Pa...TS33 
Ziegler, Julius W. (E) (T), 17 Graham 

St., Baytown, Texas .OX14 

Ziegler, Reynold K. (Lan), 1011 E. Cum¬ 
berland St., Avon, Pa.TS45 

Ziegler, Warren O. (Pbg), Sipesville, 

Pa....TS45 


Zielinski, M. R. (SI), 302 N. Buhrman 

St., Nashville, Ill.OE36 

Zimmerman, Arno A., D.D. (NI), 626 

Ann Eliza St., Pekin. Ill.OE11 

Zimmerman, Fred R. (SEO), R. 1, Pow¬ 
hatan Point, Ohio .E41 

Zimmerman, Carl J. (D) (WNY), Lake 

Road, Dunkirk, N. Y.E26 

Zimmerman, Robert P. (SI), R. R. 1, 

Moro. Ill.OE19 

Zink, Albin R. (E) (WNY), 17 Min¬ 
netonka Rd., Buffalo. N. Y.OE02 

Zink, J. Wallace (Sind), 1011 N. Oak¬ 
land St., Indianapolis 1, Ind. 

Zinke, Willard H. (MI). 812 Kinnaird 

Ave., Fort Wayne 6, Ind.E26 

Zinn, Geo. F. (E) (SWO), Cozaddale, 

Ohio .OMH04 

Zinn, John B. (CP). Howard, Pa. 

Zoeller, Harold G. (Neb), Peterson, 

Iowa .X37 

Zucher, Gotthelf T. (RM), Nisland, S. 

Dak.OX15 


Zuern, Harvey J. (NWO), 10 Main St., 

Tiffin 3, Ohio .E31 

Zulauf, Norman C. (MV), 6503 Murdoch 

Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo.E32 

Zutz, M. F. (E) (SWO), 1445 North 
Bend Road, Cincinnati 24, Ohio ...OL98 
Zweizig, Charles R. (Lan), 2621 N. Sec¬ 
ond St., Harrisburg, Pa.OTS34 

Zwilling. O. H., D.D. (NEO), 4229 W. 

35th St., Cleveland 9, Ohio .OE15 

Zwilling. Paul R. (E) (MV), 201 Kings¬ 
ville Court, Webster Groves 19, Mo. 

.OE12 


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Locations of Churches 


The location of every congregation of the Church is listed. Where the street location 
is missing that information was not reported on the statistical blank. 

The name of each congregation is exactly as reported by the pastor. It is presumed 
that this is as the congregation is designated in its charter. For example, we find Saint 
John, Saint Johns and St. John’s. 

Please send notes of any errors immediately to W. S. Kerschner, Secretary, 1505 Race 
St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

The surname and initials of the pastor appear after the name and address of each 
church. Reference to city, town, or state in the “Register of Ministers’’ will further 
establish identity. The title “Rev.” and all degrees are omitted from this section. 

Abbreviations: mi, miles; nr, near; N, north; E, east; S, south; W, west. 


ALABAMA 

Birmingham—St. Johns, 2700 Clairmont 
Ave., H. S. Ritter 

Cullman—St. John’s, 5th St. & Second Ave.. 
F. J. Mehrtens 

ARIZONA 

Casa Grande—Evangelical 

ARKANSAS 
Barton—Barton, T. Steiner 
Little Rock—St. Paul’s (Luth. Mem.), 11th 
& Ringo St., W. W. Wilke 
nr Marvell—Hicks, T. Steiner 

CALIFORNIA 

Inglewood—Morningside Community, 8722 
Crenshaw Blvd., J. W. Flucke 
Lodi—Zion, Oak St. at Ham Lane, R. 
H. Huenemann 

Long Beach—Parkway Church (Zion), 1401 
Pacific Ave., A. W. Hoelscher 
Los Angeles— 

City Terrace Community, 4006 Ramboz 
Drive, T. G. Papsdorf 
First, W. 37th & S. Hope Sts., A. A. 
Geisler 

First Hungarian, 1101 West Florence 
Ave., A. Szabo 

St. John’s, 1500-06 W. 51st Place, C. J. 
Bruesch, Jr. 

St. Paul’s, 529 E. Washington Blvd., G. B. 
Kreuzenstein 

Oakland—St. Mark’s, 58th & Telegraph 
Ave., W. H. Ruhl 

Pasadena—First, 379 E. Orange Grove 
Ave., C. L. Stevens 

Petaluma—Grace, 17 Keller St., E. H. 
Horstman 

Sacramento—Peace, 3910 14th Ave., J. J. 
Braun 

San Bernardino—First, Waterman & E. 

Orange Sts., J. Herczegh 
San Bruno—St. John’s, 480 San Anselmo 
Ave. 

San Francisco— 

Bethel, 2005 15th St., J. Hoffman 
First, 1746 Post St., F. L. Fesperman 
St. John’s, 20 Woodside Ave.. H. R. 
Jeschke 

Shatter—Ebenezer, 241 James St., R. 
Klaudt 

West Hollywood—Trinity, 9025 Cynthia 
St. 

Woodland—St. John’s, 432 Cleveland St.. 
L. Landgrebe 

COLORADO 

Denver— 

Friedens, 4550 Lincoln St., W. Werner 
Pioneer, 216 E. Ninth Ave., F. C. 
Rueggeberg 

St. Paul’s, W. 28th Ave. & Zuni St.. 
B. E. Schalow 

Fort Collins—Immanuel, Remington & 
Olive Sts., W. Reitzer 


Fort Morgan—Immanuel Ev. Luth., Deuel 
St. & 7th Ave., T. Schmunk, Supply 
Greeley—St. John’s, 4th Ave. & 11th St., 
M. Schoenhaar 
Gunnison—Community 
nr Idalia—St. John’s, R. A. Miller 
Loveland—Hope, Adams Ave. & 4th St., 
M. Schoenhaar 

Windsor—Zion Ev. Luth., 125 Walnut St., 
F. E. Heydel 

CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport— 

First, 197 Congress St., W. E. Horst- 
meier 

First Magyar, 227 Pine St., E. S. Nagy, 
Jr. 

Hungarian, 2180 North Ave., S. M. Bos- 
zormenyi 

Fairfield—Magyar, 901 Kings Highway, 
A. Babos 

New Haven—Hungarian, Grand Ave. 
Shelton—Magyar, Coram Ave. 

South Norwalk—Hungarian, 19 Lexington 
Ave., A. E. Harto 
Torrington—Hungarian, Main St. 
Wallingford—Hungarian, 105 S. Cherry St., 
A. Beretz 

Warrenville—Magyar, Westford Rd. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington— 

Concordia, 20th & G Sts., N. W., H. 
C. Koch 

First, 13th & Monroe, N. W., F. N. 

Schlegel and A. Y. Kuroda 
Grace, 1405 15th St., N. W., R. W. 
Olewiler 

FLORIDA 

Lowell—United 

Miami—Robertson Memorial, N. E. 23rd 
St. & 2nd Court, E. W. Ullrich 
Hungarian, A. Peter 

Redlands—St. John’s, Krome Ave. & Bauer 
Rd., E. W. Ullrich 

IDAHO 

Payette—St. John’s Ev. Luth., N. 4th St. 

& 5th Ave., H. C. Warber 
Rupert—Salem, H & 3rd St. 

ILLINOIS 

Addieville—Zion 
Adeline—Zion, A. A. Susott 
Alhambra—Salem, G. J. Moyer 
Alton—Evangelical & Reformed. 8th & 
Henry Sts., O. W. Heggemeier 
Arlington Heights—St. John, 301 N. Ever¬ 
green, W. F. Kamphenkel 
nr Arthur—Zion, I. B. Stegner 
Aurora—St. John, 305 5th St., A. Stoerker 
Barrington—St. Paul, 401 E. Main St., E. F. 
Riske 


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Bartlett—Immanuel, B. F. Freese 
Beeclier—St. Lucas, G. Horst 
nr Beecher—St. John, J. J. Merzdorf 
Belleville—■ 

Christ, 24 North 14th St., A. F. Schroeder 
St. Paul, Cor. of “B” & Second Sts., 
B. J. Koehler and R. J. Herman 
Trinity, 47 North Douglas Ave., T. J. 
Rasche 

nr Belleville—Concordia, T. J. Rasche 
Bellwood—Peace, 27th & Grant Sts., E. H. 
Stommel 

Belvidere—St. John’s, Cor. N. Main & E. 
Madison, A. A. Graf 

Bensenville—Peace, 186 S. Center, H. W. 

Hohman 
nr Bensenville— 

Immanuel, Church Rd., A. G. Kautz 
St. John’s, E. Bergstraesser 
nr Bible Grove—St. Paul, A. C. Kniker 
Bloomingdale—St. Paul, K. E. Gaertner 
Bloomington—St. Luke, 504 W. Front, R. 

A. Nolte 
Blue Island— 

Community, 120th & Gregory, G. W. 
Knapp 

St. Paul, 13039 Gregory St., O. F. Brum- 
mer 

Breese—St. John’s, 200 N. Main St., J. J. 
Kalkbrenner 

Brighton—St. John’s, A. L. Schieler 
nr Broadlands—St. John’s, R. W Heller 
nr Browns—Friedens, G. D. Engelbrecht 
Burksville—St. Peters 

Carlinville—St. Paul, East Main. R. C. 
Hohmann 

Carlyle—Immanuel, 1310 Fairfax St., W. 
J. Schweickhart 

nr Carmi—St. John’s, C. G. Farmer 
Carpentersville—Zion, 134 N. Washington 
St., H. H. Kalkbrenner 
Caseyville—Friedens, C. H. Kuhlmann 
nr Caseyville—St. John’s, P. M. Schnake 
Central City—Zion, Broadway & Green 
Sts., F. W. Beyer 

Centralia—St. Peters, 324 West Third, F. 
W. Beyer 

Champaign—St. Peter’s, 401 E. University 
Ave., E. H. Busekros 
Chicago— 

Bethany, 4250 North Paulina St., R. C. 
Stanger 

Bethel, 11359 S. State St., L. C. Kutz 
Bethlehem, 2746 Magnolia Ave., A. W. 
Fruechte 

Eden, 5051 Gunnison St., M. C. Schultz 
Edison Park, Oketo & North Shore 
Aves., L. H. Hegeman 
Ellis Community Center, 4430 S. Ellis 
Ave., G. Nishimoto and E. H. Hoefer 
Epiphany Evan. Luth., 2008 Bradley Place, 
H. W. Brueckner 

Faith United, 8805 Throop St.. R. V. 
Caldwell 

First English, 3062 * Palmer Square, S. 
J. Schmiechen 

Gethsemane, 4051-53 Monticello Ave., W. 
E. Heifer 

Grace, 5950-56 S. Albany Ave. K. H. 
Meyer 

Grace, 2658 W. Jackson Blvd., J. E. Kent 
Immanuel, 70th & Michigan Ave., W. L. 

Rest and D. E. Steinhardt 
Kloeckner Memorial, 820 N. Central Ave., 
W. L. Moenkhaus 

Nazareth, 2500 N. Talman Ave., H. P. 
Bloesch 

North Shore, 1527 Edgewater Ave. C. C. 
Bizer 

Peace Memorial, 1448-1460 W. 78th St., 
H. J. Brodt 

Ravenswood, 2044 Pensacola, O. A. 
Muecke 

St. Andrews, 2801 S. Karlov Ave., C. E. 
Schmidt 


St. James United, 6550 N. Rockwell, O. A 
Egger 

St. Johns United, 2448 W. Moffet St., R. 
E. Bizer 

St. Nicolai, 3054 N. Albany Ave., G. A. 
Paid 

St. Paul’s, 2335 Orchard St., G. W. 

Grauer and W. E. Maass 
St. Peter’s, 5450 W. Diversey Ave., H. E. 
Lambrecht 

St. Petri, 10259 Ave. L., G. E. Robinson 
St. Philippus, W. 36th & S. Seeley Ave., 

R. R. Hunger 

St. Stephan’s, 1657 N. Karlov Ave., B. G. 
Ott 

St. Thomas, 4948 Grace St.. W. F. Naefe 
Salem, 6820 S. Emerald Ave., H. E. 

Koenig and T. A. Braun 
South Side Hungarian, 654 E. 92nd St., 
A. George 

Tabor, Leclaire & Belle Plaine Aves., A. 
W. Buck 

Third, 1024 Wellington Ave., L. J. F. 
Stuckwisch 

Trinity, Da men Ave. & W. 22nd Place, 

S. A. Reclit 

West Side Hungarian, 4327 W. Carroll 
Ave., D. D. Parragh 
Zion, 5450 W. Van Buren St., H. L. White- 
bread 

Zion, 8326 S. Green, Auburn Park, A. J. 
Koch 

Zion, 9993 Throop St., Washington 
Heights, J. E. Schneider 
Chicago Heights—St. John’s, 42 E. 16th St.. 
H. H. Senne 

Collinsville—St. John’s, 301 W. Clay St., 
C. H. Kuhlmann 
Columbia—St. Paul, G. A. Friz 
Creve Coeur—Bethel, Main & Poplar Sts., 
C. F. Kroenlein 

Crystal Lake—St. Paul’s, 415 Ellsworth St., 
H. H. Wilke 

Danville—St. John’s, Main & Buchanan, 

G. J. Boettcher 

Darmstadt—Holy Ghost, E. A. Eigenrauch 
nr Davis—St. Paul’s, R. E. Schwarze 
Deerfield—St. Paul’s, 638 Waukegan Rd., 

H. O. Willman 

Des Plaines—Christ, Cora & Henry Sts., 
R. Iv. Wobbe 

nr Dollville—St. Paul’s, T. H. Hosto 
Dolton—Immanuel, Cor. Grant & Sheridan 
Sts., W. H. Meyer 

Downers Grove—St. Paul’s, 1030 Grove St., 
W. W. Lauer 
DuBois—St. Mark’s 
nr Dundas—Saron, J. W. Keener 
Dupo—Christ, 200 S. 3rd St., H. F. Rinder- 
knecht 

Du Quoin—First, 14 S. Hickory, J. H. 
Mauthe 

nr East Carondelet—Sugarloaf, H. F. Rin- 
derknccht 

East St. Louis—Immanuel, 412 N. 14th, 
E. R. Maul 

Edwardsville—Eden, 901 Second St., H. J. 
Bredehoeft 

nr Edwardsville—St. Paul’s, W. G. Mauch 
Elgin—St. Paul’s, 220 Division St., E. J. 
Hoefer 

nr Elgin—Immanuel, P. H. Beecken 
Elmhurst—St. Peter's, 121 W. Church St., 
E. J. A. Koch 

Evanston—St. John’s, 1433 Crain St.. H. G. 
Ott 

Evansville—St. John’s, H. P. Vieth 
Farina—Friedens, A. C. Kniker 
Fayetteville—Trinity 
Fieldon—Christ, E. H. Fresen 
Floraville—St. Paul’s, A. E. Kitterer 
Forest Park—First, 1000 S. Elgin Ave., C. 
W. Berger 

Fowler—St. haul’s, P. R. Pobanz 
Frankfort—St. Peter, 4 LaPorte Rd.. E. G. 
Bizer 

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Franklin Park—St. Paul, 3342 Calwagner 
St., W. H. Seyfert 
Freeburg—St. Paul’s, G. F. Brink 
Freeport— 

First English, S. Galena & S. Carroll. 
A. C. Munz 

St. John, S. Chicago & Galena Ave., E. A. 
Arends 

Zion, 4 East Iroquois, C. M. Grahl 
Fults—St. John, H. G. Freund 
nr Geneseo—St. Peter’s 
Gilman—Zion, 600 N. Central St.. It. W. 
Bizer 

Granite City— 

St. John, 2901 Nameoki Rd., C. H. Uth- 
laut 

St. Peter’s, 21st & Cleveland, H. H. Win- 
termeyer 

Grantfork—Grantfork, A. Hosto 
Grant Park—St. Peter, A. F. Braun 
Greenview—St. John’s, A. E. Reiss 
Hamel—Immanuel, A. E. Loar 
Harmony—St. John’s, E. D. Otte 
Harvey—Peace, 152nd St. & Lexington 
Ave. 

Hecker—Friedens, H. W. Hosto 
Highland—Evangelical, 1013 9th St., F. C. 
Allrich 

Highland Park—St. John’s, 320 N. Green 
Bay Rd., R. W. Hosto 
Hinckley—St. Paul’s, L. G. Weber 
Hinsdale— 

Immanuel, Grant & Third Sts., D. G. 
Plassmann 

St. John, Washington St., nr Spring, H. 
W. Schneider 

Hollowayville—Evangelical Protestant, R. 
H. Hosto 

Homewood—St. Paul Community, 18202 
Dixie Highway, C. Garriott, Supply 
Hookdale—St. Peters 
Hoyleton—Zion, W. H. Sabbert 
Irvington—Friedens, C. L. Hille 
Jamestown—St. Paul’s, A. Hosto 
Jersey ville—Peace, 326 E. Carpenter St.. 

G. M. Bock 

Johannesburg—St. John’s, C. A. J. Buck 
Joliet—Hungarian, 505 Columbia St., S. 
Balia 

nr Johnston City—St. Paul, W. E. Lynch 
Kankakee—St. John’s, 194 N. Entrance Ave., 
M. F. Schmitt 

Ivewanee—Peace, E. G. Pfundt 
Kewanee—St. Peter’s, S. Grove at W. Cen¬ 
tral Blvd. 

Lake Zurich—St. Peter, East Main St. 
nr LaMoille—St. Paul’s, Old Chicago Rd., 
R. L. Hosto 

LaSalle—Evangelical Protestant, 829 Fourth 
St., W. Kleffmann 

Lebanon—St. Paul’s, 123 E. Dee St., P. 
R. Surbey 

Lena—Salem, R. A. Marquardt 
Lenzburg—St. Peter’s 

Lincoln—St. John’s, Maple & Seventh Sts., 

H. J. Barth 

Lyons—St. John’s, Prescott & White Aves., 

F. H. Krone 

Maeystown—St. John, E. F. Hotz 
Manhattan—St. Paul’s, 360 S. Park Ave., 

G. E. Fuchs 

Marine—Marine, H. W. Kehl 
Marion—Zion, 928 West Cherry St., W. E. 
Lynch 

Marissa—Friedens, 812 N. Main St.. E. C. 
Beier 

nr Marissa—Trinity, J. A. Kreuzer 
Mascoutah—St. John, First & Church Sts., 
T. C. Wimmler 

Matteson—Zion, Seventh St., H. H. Senne 
Maywood—Calvary Community, 1423 S. 

18th Ave., H. F. Reichert 
Melrose Park—St. John’s, 800 N. 18th Ave., 
W. J. Cramer 


nr Metropolis— 

St. John’s, E. H. P. Weltge 
Zion, A. Bock 

Millstadt—Zion, A. E. Limper 
Minier—St. John, W. A. Mueller 
Minonk—St. Paul’s, P. Buchmueller 
Mokena—St. John’s, W. J. Riemann 
Monee—St. Paul’s, W. W. Bloesch 
nr Moro—St. John’s, R. P. Zimmerman 
Murphysboro—St. Peter’s, 1512 Spruce St., 
K. W. Pheiffer 

Naperville—St. John, 221 W. Van Buren 
Ave., H. D. Voss 

Nashville—St. Paul’s, N. Buhrman at E. 

Walnut St., M. R. Zielinski 
New Athens—St. John’s, 300 Mill St.. H. G. 
Lippert 

New Baden—Zion 
New Design—Zion, H. G. Freund 
New Hanover—Zoar, W. L. Biasch 
Northbrook—St. Peter Neighborhood, Sher- 
mer Rd., A. H. Bizer 
North Grove—Zion, A. A. Susott 
North Pekin—St. Andrew’s, C. F. Kroenlein 
Oak Park—Oak Park Ev. Luth., 546 S. 

Scoville Ave., P. C. Bloesch 
O’Fallon—O’Fallon Evan. & Reformed, N. 

Cherry & W. Adams, A. E. Klemine 
Ohlman—St. Paul’s, L. R. Dauderman 
Okawville—St. Peter’s, J. W. Stoerker 
nr Okawville—St. Paul’s, W. Jung 
Olney—First, Walnut & Pine Sts., J. E. 

Westermeyer 
Orangeville—Grace 

Palatine—St. Paul’s, 144 E. Chicago Ave., 

G. G. Guinm 

nr Palatine—St. John, P. H. Beecken 
Pana—St. John’s, 303 East Third St., W. 
A. Hotz 

Papineau—Immanuel 
nr Pearl City—Ebenezer, A. H. Limper 
nr Pearl City—Salem, A. H. Limper 
Pekin—St. Paul, Seventh & Ann Eliza, 
A. A. Zimmermann 

Peoria—Immanuel, 310 Avalon PI., H. T. 
Tetzlaff 

Peotone—Immanuel, E. H. Plassmann 
nr Peotone—St. John’s, E. Gander 
Peru—Zion, 1521 6th St., C. E. Wierth 
Petersburg—St. Paul’s, 107 N. 8th St., R. S. 
Nieliaus 

Pinckneyville—St. Paul’s, 301 E. Jackson 
St., M. P. Schroedel 
Plum Hill—St. John’s, F. W. Weltge 
Prairie View—Long Grove, P. E. Irion 
Prospect Heights—Prospect Heights Com¬ 
munity, R. F. Klepper 
Quincy— 

Trinity, 527 Monroe St., A. F. Ebeling 
Salem, 9th & State, R. M. Schroedel 
Red Bud—St. Peter, H. C. Buege 
nr Red Bud— 

Immanuel 
St. Markus 

Richton—St. Paul’s, W. W. Bloesch 
River Grove—Grace, 2600 Budd St., F. J. 
Abele 

Rockford—Bethel, Auburn & Bruner Sts., 

H. F. Boyer 

Rock Island—Peace, 12th St. & 12th Ave., 
F. J. Rolf 

St. Jacob—Evan. & Ref., L. F. Todd 
nr Sidney—St. Paul, R. W. Heller 
Skokie—St. Peter’s, 5154 Oakton St., P. E. 
Winger 

Smithton—St. John’s, H. C. Toelle 
Staunton—St. Paul’s, 107 E. Mill St. 

Stone Church—St. Peters, J. H. Mann 
Summerfield—St. John’s, P. R. Surbey 
nr Sutter—Bethlehem, F. J. Nisi 
Tamms—First 

Thornton—Peace, Schwab St. 


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nr Tioga—Bethany, A. C. Onasch 
Trenton—St. John, H. H. Ring 
Troy—Friedens, R. H. Mornhinweg 
Union—St. John’s, E. D. Otte 
Ursa—Zion’s, P. R. Pobanz 
Valmeyer—St. John’s, V. E. Langhorst 
Waterloo—St. Paul, First & Market Sts.. 
O. C. Bassler 

Waukegan—St. John’s, 110 N. West St., 
V. Geier 

West Chicago—St. Michael’s, 34S W. Wash¬ 
ington St., A. Krug 

Wood River—St. John, Sixth & Penning, 
H. W. Wichman 


INDIANA 

nr Andrews—St. Paul’s, D. D. Kauffman 
Aurora—First, Fifth St., F. H. Dollefeld 
nr Batesville—St. John’s Ev. Luth., E. 
Stroehlein 

Beech Grove—Trinity, 2215 Perkins Ave., 
J. E. Yates 

Berne—Cross, Baltimore & Main Sts., C. 
A. Schmid 

Bippus—St. John’s, W. Merzdorf 
Bluffton—First, Cherry & Marion, M. 
Worthman 

Boonviile—St. John’s, Cor. 6th & Syca¬ 
more, H. G. Schuessler 
Boundary—St. Paul 
nr Bourbon—St. Paul, J. M. Michael 
Bremen—First, 320 S. Center St., J. M. 
Michael 

Bretzville—St. John’s, W. O. Homeister 
Buckskin—St. John’s, C. A Reed 
Caborn—Immanuel, Ford Rd., F. H. Evers- 
man 

Cannelton—St. John’s, Seventh & Taylor, 
H. J. Schoettle 

Chesterton—St. John’s, 215 Lincoln, C. B. 
Bryant 

Chrisney—Zion’s, H. Volkens, Jr. 

Clay City— 

St. John’s 

St. Peter’s, H. W. Bredeweg 
Clay Prairie—Community, W. E. Souders 
Crothersville—Immanuel, Cor. Kattman 

Ave. & W. Howard St., C. H. Schmitt 
Crown Point—St. John’s, S. Main St., P. F. 
Umbeck 

Culver—Grace, 307 Plymouth St.. M. J. 
Sprunger 

Cumberland—St. John, F. G. Brune 
Decatur—Zion, 3rd & Jackson Sts., W. C. 
Feller 

Dubois—St. Peter’s, R. A. Roggenkamp 
Dyer—Zion, H. J. Meier 
East Chicago— 

First Hungarian, Indiana Harbor, 3602 
Ivy St., J. B. Szeghy 
First Magyar, 4822 Kennedy Ave., L. 
Egry 

Elberfeld—Zion’s 
nr Elberfeld—Zoar 

Elkhart—St. John’s, Harrison & Third 
Sts., P. II. Konrad 
Evansville— 

Bethel, 1166 S. Garvin, R. J. Bierbaum 
St. John’s, Third, Ingle & Market. J. R. 
C. Haas 

St. Lucas, West Virginia St. & Baker 
Ave., A. Haeussler 

St. Matthew’s, 3007 First Ave., W. W. 
Noffke 

St. Paul’s, 2227 W. Michigan St.. T. L. 

Zion, 415 N. W. Fifth St., R. Mernitz 
nr Evansville—• 

Bethlehem, Oak Hill Rd., D. W. Sickbert 
St. Paul’s, R. Lehmann 
Zoar (Kasson) 

Florence—St. John 

Fort Branch—St. Lucas, J. C. Cronenberg 


nr Fort Branch—St. Paul 
Fort Wayne— 

Grace, Lexington Ave. at Webster St., 
F. W. Lowenbergh 

St. John’s, 219 W. Washington Blvd., 
C. S. Hartman 

Salem, 8215 Clinton, W. H. Zinke 
Francesville—Salem, E. H. Guinther 
nr Francesville—St. James, E. H. Guinther 
nr Frankfort—St. Luke, C. J. Olm 
Freelandville—Bethel, A. H. Wegener 
nr Fulda—Trinity, R. D. Buckthal 
Gary- 

First, 1129-1139 W. 5th Ave., J. M. 
Johnson 

First Hungarian, 1300 Jackson St., *J. 
R 3 .sk V 

Goshen—First, 110 S. Fifth St., C. A. Renter 
Hammond— 

First Magyar, 603 Indiana Ave., J. Butosi 
Immanuel, 700 Sibley St., P. G. Schaeffer 
Holland—Augustana 
nr Holland—St. Paul, L. B. Schnuck 
Honduras—St. Lukes, H. H. Meckstroth 
nr Howell—Salem, F. H. Eversman 
Hudson—St. Johns 

nr Huntertown—Salem (Dutch Ridge) 
Huntingburg—Salem, Fourth & Walnut 
Sts., T. F. Schumacher 
Huntington—St. Peter’s, 216 Etna Ave., 
P. A. Rasche 
Indianapolis— 

Carrollton Ave.. 4411 Carrollton Ave, E. 
W. Krueger 

First, 3102 E. Tenth St., J. W. Zink 
Friedens, 230 Parkway Ave., R. F. Buck 
Garfield Park, 743 Pleasant Run Park¬ 
way, N. H. Schultz 
Immanuel, 420 Prospect St. 

Pleasant Run Blvd., 57 Pleasant Run 
Blvd., R. C. Windhorst 
St. John’s, 852 Sanders, E. A. Piepenbrok 
St. Paul’s, E. 10th & Ritter Sts., H. E. 
Harsh 

St. Paul, 711 N. Belmont Ave., W. H. 
Knierim 

Second, Pleasant & Shelby Sts.. A. K. 
Suedmeyer 

Zion, North & New Jersey Sts., F. R. 
Daries and P. H. Frankenfeld 
nr Indianapolis—Zion, Post Rd. & Troy 
Ave., R. E. Briggeman 
Jnglefield—Salem’s, M. F. Haas 
Jasper—Trinity, 8th St., near S. Clay, W. 
O. Homeister 

Jeffersonville—St. Luke’s, 329 Walnut St., 
J. E. Youngen 

Kratzville—St. Peter, M. F. Haas 
Lafayette— 

Immanuel, 10th & Ferry Sts., L. H. 
Gunnemann 

nr Lamar—St. John’s, H. Volkens, Jr. 
nr Lamar—St. Peter’s, D. R. Buckthal 
La Porte—St. Paul’s, 1103 Lincoln Way, 
V. P. Frohne 

Lawrenceburg—Zion, 340 Walnut, D. M. 
Yaekle 

Linton—Saron, 440 1st St., N.E., H. R. 
Voss 

Lippe—Zion, R. L. Hosto 
nr Lynnville—St. Matthew’s, D. Schlink- 
mann 

Magley—Salem 

nr Medaryville—St. John’s, E. H. Guinther 
Michigan City—St. John’s, Franklin at 
Ninth, A. P. Hardt 
Millersburg—Zion 

Mishawaka—St. Andrew’s, 320 E. Fourth 
St., K. B. Wentzel 

Mt. Vernon—Trinity, 215 E. 5th St., A. E. 
Binder 

Mulberry—Trinity, C. J. Olm 
New Albany—St. Mark’s, 218 E. Spring 
St., T. N. Tiemeyer 

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Newburgh—Zion, First & King St., E. J. 
Florin 

New Middletown—Salem 
New Palestine—Zion, D. H. Moritz 
New Pittsburgh—Grace 
Parkers Settlement—St. Peters 
nr Pleasant Lake—Trinity 
Plymouth—First, 321 N. Center St., M. G. 
Petzold 

Poland—Zions, W. E. Scherry 
Rising Sun—First, High St. & 5th. C. W. 
Kelly 

Salamonia—Salamonia 
San Pierre—St. Luke’s, E. F. Mayer 
Santa Claus—St. Paul’s 
Sellersburg—St. Paul’s, Main St.. C. H. 
Schmitt 

Shelbyville—First, Pike & Franklin Sts., 
R. F. Rasche 

nr Shelbyville—Zion, A. K. Kuhn 
South Bend— 

St. Peters, 415 W. LaSalle Ave., K. L. 
Kuebler 

Zion, 235 S. St. Peter, E. W. Brueseke 
Sunman—St. John, W. L. Weber 
Stearlyville—St. John, W. E. Souders 
Tell City—First, 10th & Jefferson Sts., H. 

H. Peters 
Terre Haute— 

Bethany, 101 N. 37t,h St., T. M. Haefele 
St. Paul, 12th & Eagle Sts., R. E. Vitz 
Zion, Eighth & Ohio Sts., H. S. Shue 
Urbana—St. Peter’s, W. A. Luedtke 
Vera Cruz—St. Johns, H. H. Meckstrotli 
Vincennes—St. John, GOO N. 5th, F. W. 
Schaefer 

Wabash—St. Matthew’s, Walnut & Hunt¬ 
ington, J. L. Koert 
nr Wakarusa—Zions, C. Boland 
Wanatah—Salem, E. F. Mayer 
Warrenton—St. Stephen’s 
Westphalia—Salem, J. H. Overbeck 
Whiting—First Hungarian, 1927 Indian¬ 
apolis Blvd., J. Malasics 
Woodland—St. John’s, C. Boland 


IOWA 

Ackley—St. Johns, 612 State St., F. C. Kroll 
Alden—Immanuel, R. J. Eilers 
Alexander—St. John’s, H. H. Wintermeyer 
Alleman—Salem’s, F. E. Stucki 
Atlantic—Peace, 701 Walnut St., A. W. 
Yungschlager 

nr Baxter—Bethany, A. H. Tendick 
Bennett—Peace, A. J. Maronn 
Big Rock—Immanuel, H. W. Barten 
Buckeye—Peace, R. J. Eilers 
Burlington- 

First, 611 Columbia St., R. G. Beck 
St. Luke, 1403 South St., E. Press 
Zion, 402 N. 5th St., R. R. Winkelmann 
Calumet—Zion, S. F. Dietrich 
nr Cedar Falls—St. Paul 
Cedar Rapids— 

Czech, 1510 Second St., S. W., M. Filipi 
First, 351 8tli Ave., S. W., F. H. Haag 
Clarence—St. John’s 
Clarksville—Immanuel, E. Merz 
Conesville—Grace, O. E. Baumann 
Council Bluffs—St. John’s, 440 East Pierce 
St., E. A. Schneider 

nr Council Bluffs—St. Paul’s, R. F. Chesney 
Creston—St. John’s, 601 S. Maple St., G. G. 
Bratzel 

Denver—St. Paul, F. W. Schnathorst 
Donnellson—St. Paul’s, J. S. Gohde 
Dysart—Peace 

Elkader—Peace, P. F. Kitterer 
Ell Town—Peace 

Fort Madison—St. John’s, 10th & Ave. E., 
J. C. Bierbaum 

Franklin—St. Peter’s, A. E. Berge.y 


Fredericksburg—Peace, West St., G. A. 
Bartell 

Garber—St. John’s 
Garner—Zion 

nr Geneva—St. Peter, W. J. Becker 
Gladbrook—Peace, West Church St.. L. R. 
Poeschel 

nr Griswold—St. John’s, P. Niedermeyer 
Hamburg—Zion, Jefferson & E Sts. 

Hartley—Trinity, N. 3rd Ave., B. II. Ro- 
manowski 

nr Haverhill—St. John’s, E. Burrichter 
Hornick—St. John’s 
Hubbard—Zion, A. I. Kruetzmann 
Imogene—St. Paul’s 

Keokuk—St. Paul, 11th & Exchange Sts., 
A. H. Bisping 

Klemme—Immanuel, V. E. Jaberg 
Latimer—Immanuel, H. W. Wintermeyer 
Latty—Zion 

Ledyard—Bethany, E. P. Nuss 

LeMars—St. John, 412 First St., S. W., 

M. L. Straube 
Lincoln—Bethlehem 
Liscomb—Grace 

Lone Tree—Grace, Jayne St., O. E. Bau¬ 
mann 

Lowden—Zion, N. S. Roberts 
Manly—St. Paul’s, R. F. Jacobs 
Mapleton—St. Peter’s, 6th & Ring Sts., E. 
G. Otte 

Maquoketa — First, Locust & Niagara, H. E. 
Beil 

Marshalltown—Peace, 204 S. 4tli Ave. 
nr Massena—St. Peter’s, P. Niedermeyer 
Melbourne—St. John, 3rd St. & 4th Ave., 
R. G. Grosshuesch 

Monticello—Evangelical & Reformed, 222 

N. Elm St., J. F. Baumann 

nr Moscow—Trinity, J. M. Newgard 
Muscatine—Evangelical & Reformed, 313 
Sycamore St., D. F. Koelling 
nr Nashua — St. John’s 
New Albin—St. Peter’s, P. H. Franzmeier 
nr New Albin—St. John’s 
nr Newell—St. John’s, W. F. Kieker 
nr Newton—■ 

St. John’s, E. Burrichter 
Zoar 

Oskaloosa—First, South D St. & 3rd Ave. 
West 

nr Peterson—St. John’s, H. G. Zoeller 
Pleasant Valley—First, G. E. Hesse 
Pomeroy—First, H. L. Behle 
Primrose—Zion’s, A. E. Bergey 
nr Schaller—Emmanuel, S. Ramaker 
Schleswig—Friedens, A. F. Rinne 
Sigourney—St. Paul, 400 E. Elm St.. W. II. 

Sioux City — Grace, 1421 West 6th St., H. G. 
Held 

nr Sumner—St. Paul’s, R. J. Topp 
Tipton—St. John’s, 8th & Cedar Sts., H. L. 
Ivratzat 

Tripoli—St. Peter’s, T. Blaufuss 
Valley—St. Paul’s, M. J. Phillipi 
Walnut—Peace, T. A. Thomas 
Washington—St. Paul’s, 315 S. Ave. B., M. 
J. Phillipi 

Waukon—Zion, Cor. Lincoln Ave. & Wor¬ 
cester St., E. L. Hennig 
nr Waukon—Salem, W. G. Clausing 
Waverly—Peace, Cor. 1st St. & 3rd Ave., 
N. W., E. K. Schneider 
nr Waverly — St. John’s, V. D. Weidler 
nr Wellsburg—St. Peter’s, C. M. Jankowsky 
West Burlington—St. Paul’s, 301 W. Mt. 
Pleasant St. 

nr West Burlington — St. John’s 
Westside—St. John’s, E. G. Otte 
Wheatland—St. Paul’s, II. W. Barten 
nr Williamsburg — Zion, E. Jasmann 
Wilton Junction—Grace, J. M. Newgard 
Zwingle—Harmony, H. A. Kehle 


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KANSAS 

Abilene—Grace, 803 N. Buckeye 
Alida—St. John's, O. G. Herbrecht 
Alma—Peace, A. O. Engelmann 
nr Baldwin—St. John’s, H. G. Rieder 
nr Belvue—Immanuel, A. V. Kurz 
nr Bern—Friedens, L. E. Ferguson 
nr Bluff City—St. Paul’s, C. Ringer 
Cheney—Trinity, 3rd & Range Sts., Q. 
Moeschberger 

Ellinwood—Immanuel, 2nd & Main Sts., R. 
F. Richter 

nr Elmo—New Basel, W. Baumgartner 
Eudora—St. Paul’s, J. O. Polster 
Fairview—First, H. A. Schulz 
Hardtner—St. John’s, C. Ringer 
Herndon—Immanuel, G. S. Thilking 
Hiawatha—Bethany, 6th & Shawnee Sts. 
Hoisington—Ebenezer, 224 E. 3rd St. 
nr Hoisington—Schoenfeld 
Holyrood—St. Paul, E. J. E. Broetzmann 
Hudson—Trinity, E. H. Lauer 
nr Hudson—Peace, C. F. Schmid 
Inman—St. Peters, W. H. Meyer 
Junction City—Zion, 232 W. 9th St., O. G. 
Herbreclit 

Kansas City—Zion, 710 Nebraska Ave., H. 
W. Rath 

Lawrence—St. Paul’s, 811 Illinois St. 
Leavenworth—Salem, 2nd Ave., Arch & 5th 
Sts., H. H. Poetter 

Marysville—Evangelical, 10th & Elm Sts., 
E. J. Bowers 

Newton—Immanuel, 7th & Plum Sts., E. W. 
Schupp 

nr Newton—Trinity, J. F. Krueger 
nr Nickerson—Midland, D. E. Stuart 
nr Paola—Zion 

Vesper—Immanuel, E. J. E. Broetzmann 
nr Wathena—Zion, W. Jassmann 
Wichita— 

First, 209 E. Kellogg St., H. W. Beer 
Salem, 158 N. Madison, R. O. Laaser 


KENTUCKY 

Alexandria—St. Paul’s, Main & Jefferson 
Bellevue—St. John, Ward & Fairfield Aves.. 
A. H. Knipping 

Bromley—Immanuel, Boone & Harris Sts., 
U. F. Johansmann 
Covington— 

Grace, Cor. Willard & Lockwood Sts., 
U. F. Johansmann 
St. Mark, 38th & Park. F. C. Scholl 
St. Paul, 11th & Banklick Sts., P. Wig- 
germann 

Dayton—St. Paul, 524 Fourth Ave.. A. J. A. 
Wahl 

Fort Thomas—Christ, Ft. Thomas Ave. & 
Audubon Place, W. Berlekamp 
Henderson—Zion, 435 First St., C. H. Schu¬ 
macher 
Louisville— 

Bethel, Frankfort & Meridian Ave., E. A. 
Wahl 

Bethlehem, 1480 S. 6th St., G. C. Hewson 
Christ, 1228 E. Breckenridge St.. W. F. 
Lahr 

Grace Immanuel, 1612 Storv Ave., E. J. 
Elshoff 

Immanuel, 2300 Taylorsville Rd., R. R. 
Groves 

Lynnlmrst, 1060 Lynnhurst Ave., J. G. 
Meiners 

Parkland, 26th & Grand Ave.. M. F. 
Ludwig 

St. James, 3535 Taylor Blvd., K. C. Rath- 

St. John’s, 637 E. Market St., T. S. 
Schlundt 

St. Lukes, 1916-18 West Jefferson St., 
F. Fahrenkamp 

St. Matthew, 607 E. St. Catherine St., 
A. H. Behle 


St. Paul’s, 219 E. Broadway, M. Baas 
St. Peter’s, 1231 West Jefferson St., F. H. 
Rupnow 

Salem, 1716 Prentice St., P. J. Schlueter 
Sunnydale, Dixie Highway at Ratcliffe 
Ave., E. F. Bickel 

West Louisville, 41st & Herman Sts., H. 
J. Weber 

Zion, Burnett and Minoma Aves.. P. W. 


Kohler 

Newport—St. Paul, 24 E. 8th St., K. M. 
Detroy 

Owensboro—Zion, 7th & Allen, R. F. Tor- 


Paducah—Unity, 425 S. 5th St., W. A. 
Schriefer 


LOUISIANA 


New Orleans— 

Bethanv, S. Broad & General Taylor St. 
Bethel, 2201 Franklin Ave., O. C. Lauben- 
gayer 

First, 1831 Carondelet St., H. F. J. Rest 
Jackson Ave., Jackson Ave. & Chippewa 
St.. L. F. Modschiedler 
Metairie, 1301 Metairie Rd., N. A. Maunz 
St. John’s, Belfast & Joliet Sts. 

St. Matthew, 3333 S. Carrollton Ave., L. 
Schweiekhardt 

St. Paul’s, Eleanore & Patton Sts.. A. A. 
Blome 

Salem, 4212 Camp St., G. P. Ellerbrake 
Trinity, 4439 Canal St.. A. J. Scherer 


MARYLAND 

Adamstown—Trinity, W. D. Mehrling 
Annapolis—St. Martin’s, 16 Francis St., 
H. W. Koch. Jr. 

Ardmore—Ardmore Union, J. R. Glatfelter 
Baltimore— 

Bethel. Baltimore St. & Ellwood Ave., 
W. R. Strietelmeier 

Christ. 1314 Beason St., J. S. Hollenbach 
Faith. Patterson Pk. Ave. & Gough Sts., 
,T. N. Pedrick 

First & St. Stephen’s, 6915 York Rd., 
R. C. Snyder 

First United, 1728 Eastern Ave., C. T. 
Schaefer 

Grace, 1404-1418 S. Charles St.. P. Nagy, 

.Tr. 

Huber Memorial Ev. Luth., The Alameda 
at 29th St., E. H. Bueneman 
Immanuel, Bentalou & Lanvale Sts., H. J. 
Helfrich 

Messiah. 1300 W. North Ave., F. K. 
Bostian 

Messiah, Gwynn Oak & Kriel Sts., J. T. 
Hammond, .Tr. 

Park Community, 3606 Mohawk St., J. A. 

Geschwind and A. H. Groff 
St. John’s Concordia, Reisterstown Rd. 

& Elgin Ave.. E. J. F. Dettbarn 
St. John’s, 2520 W. Lombard St., W. H. 
Kochheim 

St. Luke’s, 1301 W. Fayette, P. G. Gabler 
St. Mark’s. 2132 E. Hoffman St., J. R. T. 
Hedeman 

St. Mark’s, Morrell Park, 1805 Wickes 
Ave., .T. D. Kehoe 

St. Matthew’s, Mayfield, Norman & Lake 
Ave., G. Siegenthaler and D. C. Mark 
Trinity, 1234 W. 36th St., C. T. King 
United, East Ave. & Dillon St., T. Leh¬ 
mann 

United Church of St. Luke & St. John, 
Baltimore & Pulaski Sts., F. A. Leiby 
Zion, Harford Road & Iona Terrace, N. 
L. Horn 

Boonsboro—Trinity, Potomac St., R. V. 
Mays 


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Brunswick—First, 122 West Potomac St., 
N. H. Fravel 

Burkittsville—Resurrection, W. A. Breisch 
Cambridge—Immanuel, Peach Blossom 

Ave. & Robbins St., C. F. Straub 
Cavetown—Christ’s, J. O. Zechman 
Charlesville—Zion, W. H. Anderman, Jr. 
Clearspring—St. John’s, J. W. Huffman 
nr Clearspring—St. Paul’s, J. W. Huffman 
Corriganville—St. John’s, Mt. Savage Rd., 

F. D. Oberkircher 
Cumberland— 

St. Mark’s, Park & Harrison Sts., C. H. 
Clapp 

St. Matthew’s, Bowling Green, C. L. Voll 
Zion, 405-407 N. Mechanic St.. R. A. 
Faulds, Jr. 

Ellerslie—Redeemer’s, F. D. Oberkircher 
Emmitsburg—Church of the Incarnation, 
W. Main St., E. P. Welker 
Essex—Protestant Community, Orville Rd., 
F. R. Casselman and C. K. Marks 
Frederick— 

Evangelical, 13 West Church St., P. L. 
Althouse 

Grace, 25 E. 2nd St., R. E. Wilhelm 
Frostburg— 

Salem, 78 Broadway, G. L. Wehler 
Zion, 160 E. Main St. 

Funkstown—Christ’s, J. O. Zechman 
Grantsville—St. John’s, C. E. Whetstone 
nr Grantsville—Trinity, I. S. Monn 
Hagerstown— 

Christ’s, 134 W. Franklin, F. D. Eyster 
and R. E. Wentz 

Zion, 201 N. Potomac St., S. R. Wagner 
and R. W. Delp 

nr Hagerstown—Salem, F. D. Eyster 
Highfield—St. Stephen’s, C. H. Corl 
Jacksonville—First, R. C. Snyder 
Jefferson—Jefferson, G. E. Plott 
Keedysville—Mt. Vernon, 26 Main St., R. V. 
Mays 

Keysville—Grace, M. R. W. Andreas 
Lineboro—Lazarus, H. G. Schlichter 
Manchester—Trinity, York St., H. G. 

Schlichter 

Middle River—Zion Evan. Luth. Golden 
Ring Rd., J. W. Schauer, Sr. 

Middletown—Christ, Church St., W. A. 
Breisch 

Mt. Pleasant—Mt. Pleasant, W. H. Ander¬ 
man, Jr. 

nr Pearl—Grace, W. D. Mehrling 
Pleasant Hill—Grace, W. H. Anderman, Jr. 
Ridgely—St. Paul’s, T. F. Fischer 
Rocky Ridge—Mt. Tabor, E. H. Taylor 
Sabillasville—St. John’s, C. H. Corl 
Sharpsburg—Christ, Main St., R. V. Mays 
Silver Run—St. Mary’s, R. E. P. Abbott 
Snydersburg—St. Mark’s, H. G. Schlichter 
Taneytown—Grace, W. Baltimore St., M. 
R. W. Andreas 

Thurmont—Trinity, E. H. Taylor 
nr Thurmont—Apple’s, E. H. Taylor 
Tyrone—Emmanuel (Baust), M. S. Reif- 
snyder 

Utica—St. Paul, W. H. Anderman, Jr. 
Walkersville—Glade, C. A. Price 
Westminster—St. Paul’s, 17 Bond St., J. E. 
Lippy 

nr Westminster— 

Benjamin, J. K. Brantley 
Jerusalem, J. K. Brantley 
St. Matthew, J. K. Brantley 
Wolfsville—St. James, J. O. Zechman 
Woodsboro—St. John’s, C. A. Price 


MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston—Christ, 120-122 Chestnut Ave., 
Jamaica Plain, H. I. Stahr 
Holyoke—St. Andrew’s, Sargeant & Elm 
Sts. 


MICHIGAN 

Adair—First, Chapin St., J. A. Keller 
Albion—Salem, 113 W. Pine St. 

Ann Arbor—Bethlehem, 423 S. 4th Ave., 
T. R. Schmale and W. S. Press 
Baroda—Zion, W. Krummel 
Bay City—First, 1710 W. Wenona Ave., 
T. L. Heffley 

nr Brutus—Zion, P. W. Weltge 
Casco—St. James, J. Perl 
Chelsea—St. Paul’s, 145 E. Summit St., 
P. H. Grabowski 

nr Chelsea—St. John’s, J. Fontana 
Dearborn—St. James, 4920 Greenfield Rd.. 

G. E. Baumann 
Detroit— 

Bethany, Seminole & Vernor Highway, 
A. R. Lambarth 

Bethel, 2270 West Grand Blvd.. R. T. 
Fauth 

Christ, Roosevelt & Myrtle 
First, 4753 Fischer Ave. 

First Hungarian, Cor. West End & Van¬ 
derbilt Aves., Z. A. Vajda 
Grace, 2351-55 E. Grand Blvd., C. A. Al¬ 
bright 

Immanuel, 4538 Livernois Ave., H. F. 
Baumgaertel, Jr. 

Messiah, August & Dickerson, G. E. 
Pruessner 

Redeemer, 15340 Puritan Ave., G. C. Senne- 
wald 

St. John’s, Russell near Gratiot, C. F. 
Resting 

St. Luke, Rohns & Warren Ave., A. G. 
Frohne 

St. Mark, 1953 Military Ave., E. W. C. 
Drews 

St. Matthew’s & St. Peter’s, 15325 Gratiot 
Ave., H. W. Kamenz 
St. Paul’s, 17th Rose Sts., K. B. Shoff- 
ner 

St. Peter’s, 4848 Lawndale Ave., F. H. 
Engelsdorfer 

Trinity, 9317 W. Fort St., D. L. Wolf- 
gram 

Trinity, 340 W. Seven Mile Rd., T. C. 
Wiemer 

Dexter—St. Andrews, 7610 Ann Arbor St., 

H. H. H. Schowe 
nr Dowagiac—Zion, C. J. Beehler 
Elk Rapids—St. John’s 
Farmington—Salem, 33424 Oakland Rd., C. 

H. Schultz 
Flint- 

First, 402 E. Gillespie Ave., A. Wein- 
brauck 

Flint, Magyar, 1817 Delaware Ave., A. 
Nagy 

Fnrestville—Unity 

Francisco—St. John’s, P. H. Grabowski 
Fraser—Zion, 32500 Utica Rd., R. L. Mal- 
chow 

Fulton—First, 120 E. Church Street, T. F. 
Gabler 

Galien—St. Peter’s, A. J. Habermehl 
Grand Haven—St. Paul’s, Fulton & Sev¬ 
enth 

Grand Rapids—St. John’s, 348 Mt. Vernon 
Ave., N. W., T. S. Buchmueller 
Grosse Pointe Park—Grace, Lakepointe at 
Kercheval, R. P. Beck 
Inkster—St. Paul, 24158 Goddard Rd., L. 
F. Weigel 

Jackson—St. John’s, 801 S. Mechanic St., 
H. G. Kroehler 

Kalamazoo—Hungarian, 805 Mill St., B. 
Jozsa 

Lansing—St. Paul, Walnut & Genesee Sts., 
R. J. Baumann 

Manchester—Emanuel, 316 W. Main St., 
K. H. A. Rest 

nr Manchester—Bethel, T. W. Menzel 
Marine City—St. John’s, 227 West Blvd.. 
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Menomonee — Trinity, 823 Off den Ave. 

Alt. Clemens — Zion’s, 70 New St.. T. A. 
Tuenge 

Muskegon — St. John’s, 1100 Pine St., L. 
Kutuchief 

New Buffalo St. John's, IT. S. No. 12 & 
Barker St.. V. P. Frohne 
Niles — St. John’s, 001 Sycamore, II. A. 
Meussling 

Owosso — St. John’s, 420 N. Washington 
Petoskey — Emmanuel, Emmet and Grove 
Sts., P. W. AVeltge 

Pontiac — Bethel, 109 Mariva St., A. H. 
Meyer 

Port Hope — Zion 

Port Huron — St. John’s, Cor. Seventh & 
Pine, E. J. Soell 

Port Sanilac — Federated, E. J. Soell 
Richmond — First, 220 Maple, J. Perl 
Royal Oak — Emmanuel,. Sixth & Lafayette 
Aves., T. A. Goebel 
Saginaw— 

Immanuel Evan. Lutli., 1502 Alain, J. 
Eichhorn 

St. Alark’s, Lapeer & Third, G. J. Ilafer- 
mehl 

St. Joseph— 

St. Peter’s, Church & Pearl Sts.. W. W. 
Wetz 

Zion, Niles & Harrison, E. A. Irion 
Saline — St. Paul’s, Cor. Alichigan Ave. & 
Lewis Street, A. Siemsen 
nr Saline — St. James 

Three Oaks — St. John's, 10 \Y. Ash St., A. 
J. Habermelil 

AVarren — St. Paul, 31654 AIouiul Rd., M. 
Miller 

nr Watervliet — St. Paul’s, C. J. Beehler 
Wyandotte — St. John, 2744-56 Fourth, W. 

F. A. Simon 


MINNESOTA 

nr Arlington — St. John’s Ev. Luth. 
Barnesville — St. James United, O. H. Bucli- 
mueller 

Bertha — Peace, E. II. Warber 
Bongards — St. John’s, E. H. Opperman 
Brownsville — Zion, R. L. Kuether 
Ceylon — St. John’s, J. H. Mayer 
Cliaska — Zoar, E. H. Opperman 
Cottage Grove — St. Alatthew’s, W. A. Iluene- 
mann 

Delano — St. Paul’s, O. Rapp 
Duluth — St. Paul’s. Tenth Ave. East & 
3rd St, AV. C. Rasche 
Eden Valley — Peace, AV. W. Bornemann 
Eitzen—St. Lukes, H. AA r . Radloff 
Eyota — St. Pauls, J. G. Siegle 
Fairmont — St. John’s, Cor. Main & Third. 
AT. AV. Wernecke 

Faribault—St. Luke’s, 728 Fifth Ave.. N.AV., 
C. P. Schrupp 

nr Faribault — St. John’s, A'. W. Grupe 
Fergus Falls — First, 1224 Baird Ave., N., 
W. R. Burger 

Forest City — St. Matthew, AA\ W. Borne¬ 
mann 

Freeburg — Peace. 1*. II. Franzmeier 
Glencoe — Peace, Cor. AV. Franklin & Ford. 
R. A. Happel 

nr Granada — St. Paul’s, J. H. Alayer 
Hamburg — St. Paul’s, O. ,T. A’riesen 
Henderson — St. Paul’s, A. O. Alann 
Ilermantown — St. Paul’s 
Hokah—Zion, Main St, E. J. Aloritz 
nr Hutchinson — St. John’s, AA\ Fischer 
nr Hutchinson — Trinity, R. A. Happel 
nr Lake Elmo — St. Lucas, J. Koch 
Lester Prairie — Evangelical, AA T . C. Fischer 
Le Sueur — Zion, Risdorf & Third Sts., E. 

R. Klaudt 
nr Le Sueur — 

St. Paul’s, P. G. AVuebben 
Lewistown — St. Paul’s, L. E. Franz 
Long Prairie—Zion’s, E. H. Warber 
Maple Lake — Bethlehem, R. E. Kolze 


Medicine Lake — Immanuel 
.Millville — Grace, AI. G. Oesterle 
.Minneapolis — 

Faith, 4301 1st Ave. S., R. E. AVeisser 
St. John’s, 2307 24th Ave. N., P. R. Meyer 
Minnesota Lake—Peace, E. R. Rapp 
nr Minnesota Lake — St. Paul’s, E. O. Mueller 
New Ulm—Friedens, 22 N. State St., F. R. 
Iseli 

Norwood — Peace, E. F. Menger 
Perham — Zion, Beaver St., S. E. Birkner 
Plato—St. Paul’s, AV. A. Koch 
nr Plato — Friedens, P. Schild 
Rice — Christ 

Rochester — Peace, Broadway & 7tli St., 
N. AV., E. G. Buck 
St. Charles — St. John’s, J. G. Siegle 
St. Cloud — Peace, 8th Ave. & 4tli St., S.. 

G. F. Steffen 

St. Janies — Peace, A\\ AA r . AA’ernecke 
St. Paul — 

Peace, 958 Reaney St., G. A. Alolir 
St. John’s, 355 King St., AI. P. Albrecht 
St. Paul’s, 32 Tilton St., E. R. Koch and 
G. Sonneborn, Jr. 

nr Sauk Rapids — Christ, G. F. Steffen 
Stillwater — St. Peter's, 428 S. Broadway, 
G. AA r . Kutz 

Theilman — St. Paul’s, AI. G. Oesterle 
AA r abasha — Trinity, 309 E. Second St. 
AVadena — St. Paul’s, E. H. AA T arber 
nr AA’aldorf — Zoar, E. O. Alueller 
AA r elcome — St. Paul’s, J. H. Bunge 
nr AA r est Concord — Zwingli, G. AAL Hoh- 
mann 

AA^heeling — St. John’s, V. AV. Grupe 


MISSISSIPPI 

Biloxi- 

Back Bay Alission, 424 Chartres St., V. T. 
Kissel 

First, Ev. Lutli., Thomas & Jackson Sts. 


MISSOURI 

Affton — Eden, 8920 Eden Ave., E. H. Dick- 
bernd 

Amazonia — St. John’s, A. F. Klemme 
nr Antonia — St. Luke’s A. P. Laubengayer 
Arrow Rock — Zion. Seventh St., G. Scliler 
Augusta — Ebenezer, AI. G. Waidmann 
Bay — Zion, A. C. Rasche 
nr Bay — St. Paul 

Bellefontaine — St. John’s, S. A. Schmiechen 

nr Bern — St. John’s, R. F. Alaschmeier 

Berger — St. John, R. F. Alberswerth 

Big Berger — Bethany 

Billings—St. Peter’s, R. G. A. Bareis 

Billingsville — St. John’s 

Bixby — Christ Community 

Blackburn — St. Paul’s, 307 N. Alain, A. L. 

Brueggemann 
Bland — Zion, A. P. Friz 
Boonville — Evangelical, 7th & E. Spring. 
E. F. Abele 

Brazito — Friedens, II. J. Damm 
California — 

Evangelical, 103 N. Oak St., E. L. Koch 
Salem, E. L. Koch 

Cape Girardeau — Christ, Ellis & Merri- 
wether Sts., A. H. Franke 
Cappeln — St. John’s 
Casco — St. John 
Case — Bethel 

Catawissa — Catawissa. E. E. Smith 
Cedar Hill — St. Alartin’s, P. A. AA'obus II 
Chamois — St. John’s 
Charlotte—St. James, AV. K. Schulz 
Clayton — Samuel, 320 N. Forsythe Blvd., R. 

H. Pantermuehl 
nr Clayton — 

St. Paul’s, W. C. Gabler 
Zion, Balias & Clayton Rd., P. E. Schoppe 
Clear Creek — St. Paul’s, E. Gander 
Columbia—Student Chapel, 315 Hitt St., 
C. F. Stoerker 


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Concordia—Bethel, 8th & Gordon Sts., M. 
F. Lichte 

Cooper Hill—St. Paul’s, A. P. Friz 
nr Cosby—Hope 

Cottleville—St. John’s, L. E. Detwiler 
nr Deepwater—Hebron 
Defiance—St. Paul’s, M. Waidmann 
DeSoto—Friedens, Third and Boyd Sts. 
nr Dittmer—St. Martin’s, P. A. Wobus 11 
Emma—St. John, M. F. Lichte 
Femme Osage—Femme Osage, K. F. Al¬ 
bers 

Ferguson—Immanuel; 11 Lewis St., P. 
Press, Jr. 

Florence—St. John’s, W. L. Baltzer 
Fredericksburg—St. Peter’s 
Fulton—Fulton, Fifth & Jefferson, R. G. 
Herrmann 

Gerald—St. Paul’s, P. L. Schmidt 
nr Gerald—Ebenezer, P. L. Schmidt 
Gladden—Shannondale Community, V. W. 
Bucher 

Grand Pass—St. Luke’s 
Gumbo—St. Thomas, T. A. Whitcomb 
Hartsburg—Peace, D. J. W. Burklialter 
Hermann—St. Paul, F. O. Rest 
Higginsville—Salem, Cor. Main & 15th St., 
T. Hauck 

High Hill—St. John's, G. A. Roedder 
High Ridge—St. Martin, H. P. Baur 
Holstein—Immanuel, W. W. Kramine 
Independence—St. Luke’s, 500 N. Main St., 
A. J. Schneider 

Indian Camp—St. Johns, A. E. Katterjohn 
Jackson—Emanuel, 300 E. First South St., 
M. A. Torbitzky 

nr Jackson—St. John's, J. M. llertel 
Jamestown—St. Paul’s, J. L. Niensted 
nr Jamestow’n—Advent 
Jeffriesburg—St. Jordan 
Jefferson City—Central, 707-715 Washing¬ 
ton St., II. J. Damm 

Ivahoka—St. Paul’s, 323 Washington St., 
A. W. Geske 
Kansas City— 

St. Paul’s, lltli & Topping Sts., G. A. 

St. Paul’s, 3551 Wabash Ave., K. F. 

Baur _ 

St. Peters, 3115 Linwood Blvd., R. C. 
Ivienle 

Labadie—Pilgrim, E. E. Smith 
Levasy—Ebenezer, E. F. Puhlmann 
Lexington—Trinity, 14th & Franklin Ave. 
Lippstadt—Evangelical, G. A. Roedder 
Little Rock—Salem 

Manchester—St. John, Sulphur Springs 
Rd., P. A. Wobus 

Maplewood—Christ, Bellevue & Bruno 

Ave., C. P. Fritsch 

Marthasville—St. Paul, A. F. Alberswerth 
May view—Zions, 103 N. Mary St., W. R. 
Mehl 

Mehlville—St. John’s, R. C. Koch 
nr Mora—Immanuel, W. C. Baltzer 
Morrison—St. James, N. II. Rahinoeller 
Moscow Mills—Friedens, W. B. Tollas 
nr Mt. Vernon—Zion, H. Henning 
Napoleon—St. Paul’s, C. E. Gabler 
New Franklin—Immanuel, N. C. Schultz 
New Haven—St. Peter, H. E. Kuhn 
New Melle—Friedens 
Oakfield—Zion, E. E. Smith 
Oakville—St. Paul’s, S. E. Anderson 
nr Old Monroe—St. Paul 
Overland—Calvary, S835 Graceland, L. H. 
Lammert 

Owensville—St. Peter’s, R. F. Maschmeier 
nr Parkville—St. Matthew, M. E. Ernst 
Pershing—Zions 

Pilot Grove—St. Paul’s, J. P. Kaiser 
Pinckney—St. John’s 

Pleasant Grove—St. Peter’s, J. L. Niensted 
Rhineland—St. Marcus 
nr Rockville—Community 
nr Ryors—Ebenezer 


St. Charles—St. John’s, 5th & Jackson Sts., 
C. IL Rohlting 

nr St. Charles -Friedens, T. Wobus 
St. Clair—St. John’s, A. B. Gaebe 
St. Joseph—• 

First, 10th Lincoln Sts., P. W. Kasper 
Trinity. 1001 S. Lafayette St., It. F. Rich¬ 
ter, Jr. 

Zion, Ninth & Faraon Sts., F. Stoerker 
St. Louis— 

Bethany, Red Bud & Rosalie Ave., W. A. 
Scheer 

Bethel, Garrison & Greer Aves., O. C. 
Nussmann 

Bethesda, 405 Iloffmeister Ave., E. W. 
Beining 

Caroline Mission, 1823 Hickory St., C. E. 

Siegentlialer and R. W. Raber 
Carondelet, Michigan & Ivoeln Ave., R. 
S. Allrich 

Ebenezer, 2915 McNair Ave., E. P. Hel¬ 
ling 

Eden Immanuel, 5630 Page 
Emmaus, 4347 Chouteau, C. C. Bohnen- 
kamper 

Faith-Salem, 7348 W. Florissant Ave., 
K. J. Schmiechen 

Friedens, 19th & Newliouse Ave., J. L. 
Schmidt 

Grace, 4024 Dover Place, W. C. Brandon, 
Jr. 

Holy Ghost, 4916 Mardel Ave., R. C. 
Abele 

Hope, 6273 Eichelberger Ave., N. C. 
Zulauf 

Jesus, S. 12th Blvd. & Victor St., W. F. 
Simon 

Mount Tabor, 6520 Arsenal St., P. H. 
Rahmeier 

Nazareth, 3550 Morganford Rd., C. W. 
Gaum 

Pilgrim, 3018 Louisiana Ave., E. J. Wes- 
terbeck 

Redeemer, 6450 S. Kingsliighway, H. R. 
Friz 

St. Andrew, 3127 California Ave., T. E. 
Beier 

St. James, College & Blair Aves., H. E. 
Stalilhut 

St. John’s, N. Grand Blvd. & Lee Ave., 
R. H. Froesclnier 

St. Luke, 2336 Tennessee Ave., W. B. 
Weltge 

St. Marcus, 2100 Russell Blvd., T. L. 
Boesch 

St. Matthew, Jefferson Ave. & Potomac 
St. 

St. Paul’s, 3510 Giles Ave., E. H. Bode 
St. Peter’s, 4015 St. Louis Ave., E. H. 
Hoefer 

St. Stephen, 8500 Halls Ferry Rd., O. F. 
Kienker 

Salem, “E,” 4730 Margaretta Ave., R. J. 
Young 

Salvator, 5260 Plover Ave., P. F. Prell 
Trinity, 4700 Grand Blvd., P. R. Stock 
and P. J. Bode 

Zion, 25th & Benton St., L. E. Ebert 
nr Sappington—St. Lucas, G. O. Martensen 
Schluersburg—Bethany, E. H. Gruen 
Sedalia—Immanuel, 4th & Vermont Sts., 
W. C. Bessmer, Jr. 

Springfield—St. John’s, Scott & Main, H. 
O. Hein. 

Steinliagen—St. Paul’s, G. A. Roedder 
nr Stolpe—St. John’s 
Stonyhill—St. James 
Swiss—St. John’s, W. Iv. Schulz 
Tilsit—St. James, J. M. Hertel 
Troy—Zions, W. B. Tollas 
Union—Zion, Washington St. & Spring- 
field Ave., A. B. Gaebe 
nr Union—St. John’s 
Verona—St. John’s 

Warrenton—Friedens, 313 E. Main St., G. A. 
Roedder 


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Washington—St. Peter’s, 5th & Market 
Sts., R. F. Frankenfeld 
Webster Groves—Evangelical & Reformed, 
Plant and E. Lockwood Aves., T. R. 
Marshall 

Weldon Spring—Weldon Spring, L. E. Det- 
wiler 

Wellington—St. Luke’s, E. H. Beissenherz 
Wellston—St. Peters, 6905 St. Louis Ave., 
H. E. Boesch 
West Boonville—Zion 
Woollam—St. John’s, A. P. Friz 
Wright City—Evangelical, A. E. Katter- 
john 

3IONTANA 

Billings—St Paul’s, G. Gaiser 
Hardin—Christ, A. C. Kroehler 


NEBRASKA 

Ashton—St. Matthew’s 

Bayard—Zion, Buchanan Ave. & 7th St., 
*A. Schiller 
Belden—Union (Hope) 

Columbus—Evan. & Ref., 2023 11th St., 
R. M. Jensen 

nr Columbus—Gruetli, R. M. Jensen 

nr Cook—St. Paul 

nr Dawson—Zion, C. J. Weidler 

nr Falls City—Zion, R. J. Stock 

Gering—Zion, H. Baumgaertel, Sr. 

nr Gladstone—Zion, D. Buelter 

Goehner—Friedens 

Harbine—Hope, O. E. Pinckert 

Harvard—United, L. G. Marx 

Humboldt—St. Johns 

nr Humboldt—Salem 

nr Jansen—St. Paul’s, K. Hofius 

Lincoln— 

Emmanuel 

St. John’s, 13th & New Hampshire 
St. Paul’s, 13th & F Sts., A. G. Crisp 
Loup City—St. Paul’s 
Lyman—Immanuel, E. Kuppinger 
nr Milford—Friedens (West Blue), R. A. 
Anderson 

Mitchell—St. Paul’s, J. Erbes 
Nebraska City—Bethel, 12th St. & 1st 
Corso, G. F. Duensing 
nr Norfolk—Peace 

Omaha—First, 2301 Deer Park Blvd., G. 
E. Seybold 

Plattsmouth—St. Paul’s, Cor. Ave. A & 5th 
St., A. Matzner 

Plymouth—Church of Peace, G. W. Treese, 
Jr. 

Rockville—Community 
Scottsbluff—Zion’s, 1423 8th Ave. 

Seward—Friedens, 4th & Roberts Sts., M. 
L. Seybold 

Steinauer—Salem, V. F. Deditius 
Sutton— 

Emmanuel, C. J. E. Stuebbe 
Hope 

Syracuse—St. John, W. Bechtold 
Talmage— 

St. John’s, A. L. Brueggemann 
Zion, E. C. Jaberg 
nr Tecumseh—St. Paul’s, A. Greeb 
Tilden—Peace, V. W. Engelmann 
Western—St. John’s, R. P. Nienkamp 
Winside—Theophilus, *J. F. Schortinghuis 
nr Winside—Immanuel 
Yutan—St. Peter’s 


NEW JERSEY 

Bayonne—Evan. & Reformed, 120 Lord 
Ave., F. G. W. Fuhrmann 
Egg Harbor City—St. John’s, London Ave. 
& Beethoven St., C. E. String 


Folsom—Zion, C. E. String 
Garwood—St. Paul’s, 211 Center St.. W. C. 
Pugh 

Glassboro—Bethlehem, Main & Union Sts., 
E. Haugh, Supply 

Irvington—Emanuel, Nye Ave. & Lincoln 
Place, W. F. Reif 

Milltown—St. Paul’s, 62 S. Main St., R. 

D. Custer 
Newark— 

Bethlehem, 78 Bragaw Ave. 

St. Stephan’s, Wilson Ave. & Ferry St., 
M. H. Tines 

Zion, 13-19 Alexander St., R D. Morrison 
New Brunswick—Livingston Ave., at Suy- 
dam St., T. W. Boltz 
Oxford—St. John’s, F. R. Shafer 
Passaic—Hungarian, 220 4th St., Y. Raez 
Perth Amboy—John Calvin Magyar, 493 
Amboy Ave., B. J. Sathmary 
Trenton— 

John Calvin Hungarian, 375 Morris Ave., 
F. Koncz 

St. Paul’s, Greenwood Ave. & Mercer 
St. 

Woodbridge—Hungarian, 403 School St., L. 
Kecskemethy 


NEW YORK 

Albany—Evangelical Protestant, 82 Clinton 
St., A. A. Suedmeyer 

Amsterdam—Zion, 36-38 Grove St., F. H. 
Kalkbrenner 

Attica—St. Paul’s, 15 Washington St., N. 
W. E. Hauptman 

Auburn—St. Luke’s, 25 Seminary Ave., R. 
A. Philbrook 

Bellerose, L. I.—First, 247th St. & 91st 
Ave. 

Bennington Center—Salem’s United. A. K. 
Beisheim 

Boston—St. Paul’s, Boston State Rd. 
Brooklyn— 

Bethlehem, Cortelyou Rd. & E. 7th St., 
P J Anstsdt 

Christ, 50 Wyona St., A. F. W. Marcus 
St. Mark’s, 601-603 Onderdonk Ave., M. 
J. H. Walenta 
Buffalo— 

Bethany, 144 Eaton St., H. A. Brethauer 
Bethlehem, 35 East Parade Circle, J. W. 
Kuck 

Calvary, 2072 Fillmore, W. R. Walch 
Christ, Clinton & Baitz, C. G. Vogel- 
mann 

Emanuel, Humboldt Parkway & E. Utica 
St., J. F. Steve 

First Hungarian, 1940 Clinton St., B. 
Szigethy 

Grace, 875 E. Delavan Ave., C. O. Bayard 
Grace, 271 Parkridge Ave., P. E. Straucli 
Immanuel, Military Rd. & Glor St., P. G. 
Frankenfeld 

Jerusalem, 125 Doat St., H. J. Snitker 
Kenilworth, 292 Lyndale, C. O. Zechiel 
Pilgrim, 723 Best St., R. F. F. Roehner 
St. Andrew’s, 2205 Genesee St., F. W. 
Pfitzer 

St. James, 526 High St., N. W. Duzen 
St. John, 16 Good Ave. 

St. Johns, 85 Amherst St., H. L. Hess 
St. Luke’s, Richmond Ave. & West Utica 
St., W. M. Jeschke 

St. Matthew’s, Swan & Hagerman Sts., 
H. A. Fenske 

St. Paul’s, 49 Indian Church Ave., 1. C. 
Tepas 

St. Paul’s-St. Mark’s, 564 Ellicott St., R. 

H. Keller and E. H. Spindler 
St. Peter’s, United, 360 Genesee St., W. 

H. Tempest and H. H. Lohans 
St. Stephen’s, Peckham & Adams 
Salem, 413 Sherman St., P. C. Jordan 


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Salem, Riverside, 25 Calumet PI.. A. B. 
Peabody 

Trinity, 1075 Kensington Ave.. L. K. 
Molter 

Trinity United, 115 Gold St., R. Heck¬ 
man 

West Side Hungarian. 700 Tonawanda 
St., A. Babinsky 

Zion, 40 Lemon St., A. A. Van Camp 
Zoar, E. Genesee at Rohr, G. L. Tritchler 
Cattaraugus—St. John’s, 30 Ellicott St., 
H. S. Dunn 

Dunkirk—St. John’s, E. 4th & Leopard, J. 

O. Reller 

East Hamburg—Immanuel, A. H. Juergens 
East Poestenkill—Zion’s, E. W. Fuhrmann 
Ebenezer—Ebenezer, 633 Main St., H. F. 
W. Schultz 

Eden—St. John, Main St. at Hemlock, W. 
T. Hilfiker 

Elmira—First German, Madison & Carroll 
Aves., H. Grunwald 

Fayette—Christ Federated, *J. B. Lamb 
Gowanda—Trinity, 30 Erie Ave., M. F. 
Schiffman 

Hamburg—St. James, 76 Main St.. P. W. 
Meisenheimer 

Hornell—St. Paul’s, Elm & John Sts., A. 

E. Sennewald 

Kenmore—Kenmore, Delaware Rd. & Dan¬ 
bury Lane, T. T. Lehmann 
Lockport—St. Peter’s, Locust & South Sts., 
H. L. Siegner 

Millersport—St. Stephen’s, K. M. Kindt 
New York— 

Christ, 311 E. 187th St., Bronx, J. B. 
Wagner 

First Magyar, 344 East 69th St., G. Tak- 
aro 

Martha Memorial, 419-21 W. 52nd St. 

St. Paul’s Ev. Luth., 2134 Newbold Ave.. 
Bronx, H. A. Weier 
North Tonawanda— 

First Hungarian, Oliver St. & First Ave., 
A. Babinsky 

Friedens, Schenck & Vandervoort Sts., 
C. E. Berges 

St. Peter’s, 1206 Oliver St., C. F. Kriete 
Orangeville—Immanuel, N. W. E. Haupt- 
. man 

Perkinsville—St. Peter’s, P. P. Frohne 
Rochester— 

Christ, Portland & Jackson, B. J. Tepas 
Dew'ey Ave., Dewey Ave. at Flow'er City 
Park, G. F. Roser 
Emanuel, 255 Hamilton St. 

St. Paul’s, Norton nr St. Paul St., A. G. 
Schnake 

Salem, 230 Franklin St., P. M. Schroeder 
and K. E. Bishop 

Trinity, Child & Wilder Sts., C. G. Haass 
Rome—Trinity, 215 W. Court St., E. J. 
Tallis 

Rossville, Staten Island—Magyar, 2484 

Arthur Kill Rd., V. A. Toth 
Schenectady—Friedens, Clinton & Frank¬ 
lin Sts., W. T. Lane 
Sliaw’nee—St. Paul’s, E. Sideris 
Sheldon—St. John’s, A. K. Beisheim 
Syracuse—Friedens, Ash & Lodi Sts., R. 
L. Rebman 

Taborton—Zions, E. W. Fuhrmann 
Tonawanda— 

St. Peter’s, Knoche Rd., H. F. Zaugg 
Salem, Maine & Morgan Sts., W. F. Hetzel 
Sheridan Parkside, H. F. Zaugg 
Tow r n Line—St. Paul’s, M. R. Sennew T ald 
Troy—St. Paul’s, 7th Ave. & Fulton St., W. 

F. Wiley 

Wayland—St. Paul’s, Lackawanna St., P. 

P. Frohne 

Wendelville—St. Paul’s, K. M. Kindt 
West Berlin—Zion’s, E. W. Fuhrmann 
West Forest Hills, L. I.—West Forest Hills 
Community, 6411 82nd Place, G. W. Bus- 
teed 


West Seneca—St. Peter’s, H. W. Thiedt 
Woodhaven, L. I.—Emanuel, Woodhaven 
Blvd. & 91st Ave., B. W. Tannler 


NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheboro—First, Cor. Cliff & Randolph, 
H. H. Koonts, Jr. 

Brookford—Faith 

Burlington—First, W. Front & Tarpley 
Sts., H. A. Fesperman 
nr Burlington— 

Brick, J. C. Chatlos 
St. Mark, J. C. Peeler 
Charlotte—First, 731 E. Trade St.. F. B. 
Peck 

St. Matthew’s Chapel 
China Grove—Mt. Zion, G. H. Myers 
nr China Grove— 

Mt. Hope, L. E. Sechriest 
St. Paul’s, L. E. Everline 
nr Claremont—Bethany, N. H. Feather 
Concord—Trinity, N. Church St., R. C. 

Whisenhunt 
nr Concord— 

Boger, T. E. Hoffman 
New Gilead, C. E. Hiatt 
Conover—Trinity, L. A. Carpenter 
Faith—Shiloh H. R. Carpenter 
nr Gibsonville—Brightwmod 
Greensboro—First, West Lee at South 
Spring, H. L. Fesperman 
Hickory—Corinth, 13th St. & 11th Ave.. 
H. D. Althouse 

Hickory—Macedonia, 408 8th St. 
nr Hickory—Bethel, W. C. Lyerly 
High Point—First, Cor. S. Main & Russell 
Sts., G. A. Grimm 

nr Julian—Mt. Hope, H. F. Yearick 
Kannapolis—St. Johns, 900 N. Main St., 
L. N. Strunk 
nr Kannapolis— 

Keller, L. E. Everline 
Rodgers Park 
Landis—First, A. R. Tosh 
Lenoir—Zion, W. Harper & Church, A. R. 

Detwiler 
Lexington— 

First, Cor. E. Center & Salisbury Sts., B. 
J. Peeler 

Second, N. Church St., A. O. Leonard 
nr Lexington— 

Becks, C. N. Stamm 
Beulah 

Hedricks Grove, C. N. Stamm 
Jerusalem, C. N. Stamm 
Mt. Tabor, A. G. Sandrock 
Paul’s Chapel, A. O. Leonard 
Pilgrim 

Lincolnton—Emanuel, 217 E. Main St., W. 
C. Beck 

nr Lincolnton— 

Daniels, W. C. Lyerly 
St. Matthews, J. A. Koons 
Salem, J. A. Koons 

Maiden—Memorial, E. Main St., J. A. 
Koons 

Mt. Pleasant—St. James, T. E. Hoffman 
nr Mt. Pleasant—Bethel, T. E. Hoffman 
Newton—Grace, Main Ave. & C. St., T. M. 

Shoffner 
nr Newton— 

Grace, W. C. Lyerly 
St. Paul’s, W. C. Lyerly 
Rockwell—Ursinus, R. A. Cheek 
nr Rockwell—Grace (Low r er Stone), L. E. 
Sechriest 

nr Rockwell—Bethany, C. T. Daye 
Salisbury—First, S. Church & W. Horah, 
J. L. Levens 

nr Salisbury—St. Luke, C. T. Daye 
nr Sherrills Ford—Smyrna, N. H. Feather 
Thomasville—Heidelberg, 120 Salem St., 
J. A. Palmer 


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nr Thomasville — 

Calvary, 1 mi. W., A. W. Hedrick 
Emanuel, 3% mi. S., L. A. Leonard 
Zion, 2y 2 mi. N. W., A. W. Hedrick 
Winston-Salem- 

First, 1912 Waughtown, H. E. Davis 
Schlatter Memorial, 236 Banner Ave., 
nr Winston-Salem — 

Bethany, J. W. Settlemyre 
Bethlehem, J. W. Settlemyre 
Hebron, J. W. Settlemyre 


NORTH DAKOTA 

Ashley — Ashley 

Fullerton — Immanuel, M. II. Peper 

Hankinson — Emmanuel, F. W. Paul 

Hebron — St. John. II. Reifschneider 

Judson — Zion’s 

nr Judson — Bethel 

Kulm — Kulm 

Lidgerwood — St. John’s 

Lincoln Valley — Kassel 

nr Medina—Rohrbacli 

New Salem — Peace, W. F. Siemers 

Streeter — Hope, R. deDobay 

nr Streeter — ■ 

Ebenfeld, R. deDobay 
Friedens, R. deDobay 
Zions, R. deDobay 
Taylor — Immanuel, A. Kniker 
Upham — Peace 
Venturia— 

Hoffnungstalil 

Kassel 

Wishek — Wishek, J. Bodenman 
Zeeland- 

New Kassel, E. Roth 
St. John, E. Roth 


OHIO 

nr Ada—St. Paul, F. H. Klemrne 
Akron- 

East Market St.. 15S0 East Market St., 
R. E. Eshmeyer 

Emmanuel, 547 Eastland Ave., R. R. 
Boyer 

First, 53 E. Center St., R. J. Schroer 
First Hungarian, SCO Coburn St., A. 
Bakay 

Goss Memorial, 2247 11th St., W. E. Troup 
Grace, Bowery & State Sts., O. W. Haul- 
man and A. W. Meckstroth 
Miller Ave., 81 W. Miller Ave., J. B. 
Hennessey 

Trinity, 915 N. Main St., W. C. Nelson 
and A. Campbell 

Williard, 742 Johnston St., F. J. Schmuck 
nr Albion — St. John’s 
Alcony — Grace, M. P. Schoepfle 
Alliance- 

First, 208 E. Oxford St. 

Immanuel, Linden & Columbia, R. G. 
Diller 

nr Alliance — Science Hill, Harrisburg Rd., 
R. G. Diller 

Amherst — St. Peter’s, 550 Church St., J. II. 
Bollens 

Apple Creek — St. Peter’s, Main St., S. R. 
Hartmann 

Archbold — St. John’s, 308 S. Defiance, N. B. 
Wierwill 

Ashtabula — Hungarian, Columbus Ave. & 
E. 10th St., A. Arvay 
Bakersvilie — Salem, A. C. Yost 
Baltic — Zion’s, C. A. Wahl 
nr Baltimore — St. Peter’s 
nr Barberton — Grace, II. C. Foster 
Bascom — Union, R. W. Blemker 
Baseline — St. John’s, P. W. Lammers 
Basil — Trinity, Main & High Sts., S. Sziarto 


nr Basil — 

Mt. Zion, S. Sziarto 
St. Michael’s 

Bellaire — First, 34tli & Belmont Sts., J. S. 
Richards 

Bellevue — St. Paul’s, Kilbourne & Gardner 
Sts., W. B. Leis 

nr Beloit — Bethel, East Beech Rd. 
nr Bettsville — Zion 
Birmingham — Henrietta, R. P. Beck 
Bloomville — Bloomville, N. Marion St., W. 
Ott 

nr Bloomville — College Hill, P. W. Lam¬ 
mers 

Bluffton — St. John’s, Jackson St. & Col¬ 
lege Ave., V. C. Oppermann 
nr Bluffton — Emmanuel’s, V. C. Opper¬ 
mann 

Bolivar — St. Johns, E. W. Guinther 
Bremen — Jerusalem, R. S. Beaver 
Brewster — Brewster, F. Ii. Zartman 
Bucyrus — St. John, 300 E. Rensselaer St., 
B. L. Chidester 
nr Bucyrus — St. John 
Cairo — St. Jacobs, C. C. Huprich 
Canal Fulton — Salem 

Canal Winchester — Davids, Cor. Washing¬ 
ton & West, P. B. Kiewit 
nr Canfield— Paradise, L. F. Suedmeyer 
Canton- 

First, 901 East Tuscarawas St., K. Ivoepke 
Grace, Cleveland Ave. & 23rd St., N. W., 

A. II. Harsh 

Lowell. 3rd & Arlington, N. W., L. S. 
Hegnauer 

Trinity, 614 North Market Ave., C. H. 
Wingert 

nr Canton — Ricliville Community, P. F. 
Berkenstock 

Carrollton—Trinity, 287 E. Main St., J. G. 
Sutz 

nr Carrollton — Harsh, J. G. Sutz 
Chatfield — Grace, P. W. Lammers 
nr Chattanooga — St. Paul. H. C. Ahrens 
Chili—St. John’s, C. A. Wahl 
Cliillicothe— 

St. John’s, 123 W. Main 
Salem, Fourth & Mulberry Sts., R. E. 
Schluer 
Cincinnati— 

Carthage, Anthony Wayne Ave., at 75th 
St., H. L. Konz 

Columbia, 4313 Eastern Ave., H. L. Nofifke 
Evangelical Reformed, Oakley, 4100 Tay¬ 
lor Ave., G. S. Engelmanu 
Faith, Mt. Washington, C. E. Sitler 
First Reformed, 1813-15 Freeman Ave., 
O. C. Ilotz 

First Evangelical, 1625-27 Hoflfner St., Iv. 

B. Kollatli 

Immanuel, 1520 Queen City Ave., G. J. 
Krumm 

Martini, Saffin & Horton Sts., W. F. 
Kohler 

Matthew’s, 717 E. Epworth Ave., W. PI., 
V. F. Hoecker 

Philippus, Race & McMicken Ave., W. J. 
Witt 

Price Hill, McPherson & Van Vey, H. E. 
J. Neumann 

St. Luke’s, 3315 Glenmore Ave., P. E. 
Aultman 

St. Matthew, 6506 Vine St., Elmwood 
Place, C. G. Scholey 

St. Peters. 6120 Ridge Ave., P. C. Sclinake 
Salem, Sycamore & Orchard, F. F. Fischer 
Washington. Rachel & Sidney Aves., H. 
J. Nagel 

Zion, Norwood, B. M. Herbster 
Clarington — Immanuel, Front St. 
nr Clarington — St. James 
Clearport — Mt. Carmel, T. Such 
Cleveland — 

Bethany, West 41st & Storer Ave., T. F. 
Braun 

Christ, W. 98th & Cudell Ave., E. Helm 


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Eighth, Willowdale Ave. & W. 25th St., 

H. L. Logsdon 

Faith, 860 Eddy Rd., E. H. Berger 
Fifth, W. 67th and Hague Ave., W. A. 
Jones 

First, Cor. Arlington Ave. & Thornhill, 
T A Kittcror 

First Hungarian, 2856 East Blvd., S. 
Szabo 

Fourth, 3104 Woodbridge Ave., V. E. 
Walenta 

Friedens, 3585 Kimmel Rd. 

Glenville, 723 E. 101st St., R. W. Giesel- 
mann 

Grace, 14911 Westrop Ave., C. N. Weber 
Hough Ave., Hough Ave. & East 05tli 
St., D. J. Voelin 

Immanuel’s, 4511 W. 130th St., West 
Park, R. C. Ditter 

Ninth, E. 74th & Lockyear Ave., W. S. 
Rickard 

Ridge Road, Ridge Rd. & Whittingdon, 

I. W. Camerer 

St. John’s, 3240 E. 55th St., E. N. Krafft 
St. Luke’s, 4210 W. 25th St., O. H. 
Zwilling 

St. Paul’s, Woodland Ave. at E. 127tli St., 
T. F. Mehl 

Trinity, 3525 W. 25th St., E. G. Wiest 
West Side, 3S14 Bridge Ave., W. K. Klein 
West Side Hungarian, 1942-50 West 32nd 
St., M. Daroczy 

Zion, W. 14th & Branch Ave., C. E. 
Kiewit 

nr Clinton—St. Peter’s, H. S. Wolfe 
Columbiana—Grace, Main & Pittsburgh 
Sts., W. J. Bartels 
Columbus— 

Hungarian, 365 Woodrow Ave., N. S. 
Sewell 

St. John's, 59 E. Mound St., A. E. Klick 
St. Paul’s, 225 East Gates, P. C. Kaefer 
Wilson Ave., Wilson & Fair Aves., E. B. 
Jacobs 

Conneaut—Hungarian, 849 Harbor St., A. 
Arvav 

Convoy—St. John’s, F. H. Graeper 
Coshocton—St. John’s, 8th & Orange Sts., 
C. M. Higgins 

Crestline—Calvary, Thoman & John Sts., 
W. L. Margard 

nr Crestline—St. Paul’s, Independent, The 
Settlement 

Crooked Run—Salem 

Cuyahoga Falls—Bethany, 13tli St‘. & Broad 
Blvd., D. L. Powers 
Dayton- 

Central, Second & Ludlow% G. Sonne- 
born, Sr. and R. E. Crusius 
Hale, Cor. Delaware & Grafton, M. J. 
Eckert 

Magyar, 626 Blaine St., A. A. Harsany 
Memorial, 2338 East Fifth St., E. A. Puff 
Ohmer Park, 1329 Creighton Ave., A. F. 
Warskow 

Pleasant Valley, 2360 Valley St. 

St. John, 515 E. Third St., W. R. Grune- 
wald 

St. Luke’s, Cor. McLain & Potomac Sts., 
P. L. Stange 

Second, Cor. Cass & Clay Sts., L. W. 
Stolte 

nr Dayton— 

David’s, C. T. Rammler 
Hawker, Ivnollwood, I. D. Iminel 
Mt. Carmel, J. P. Alden 
Mt. Zion 

Defiance—St. John’s, 500 Washington Ave., 
O. H. Schroer 

Delaware—First, 55 W. Central Ave., A. J. 
Sterrett 

Dialton—Jerusalem, M. P. Schoepfle 
Dover—St. John’s, 409 N. Wooster Ave., R. 
Krause 

nr Dover—St. Paul’s, E. W. Guinther 
Downers Grove—E. B. Gunnemann 


nr Doylestown—Emanuel, J. H. Poetter 
Dutch Run—Trinity 
nr Dundee—Swiss Trail 
nr East Akron—Old Millheim, J. H. Poet¬ 
ter 

East Canton—St. Paul’s, Church & Berger 
Sts., A. A. Kosower 
nr East Canton—Salem, H. N. Doerres 
East Liberty—Good Hope, H. S. Wolfe 
Ellerton—Salem, J. P. Alden 
Elliston—Trinity, W. E. Vonderohe 
Ellmore—St. John, 222 East Rice St., C. R. 

Schmidt 

Elyria— 

Hungarian, 119 W. River St., L. G. Novak 
St. Paul’s, 250 Third St., E. Irion 
Fairborn—Trinity, 819 N. Central Ave., 
A. R. Meiller 

Fairport Harbor—First, 600 Plum St., B. 
P. Bacso 

Farmersville—Farmersville, S. Broadway, 

J. V. Ingram 

nr Farmersville—Slifers, Clayton Rd., J. 
V. Ingram 

Fiat—St. Peter’s, A. C. Yost 
Findlay—First, East & East Main Cross 
Sts. 

Fireside—Zion, D. A. Sellers 
Fort Loramie—Emanuel, Highway 66 
Fort Seneca—Ft. Seneca 
Fostoria—First, Cor. Poplar & South Sts. 
nr Fostoria—St. John’s, R. B. Meckstroth 
Fremont—First, 300 S. Park Ave., G. C. 
Wayman 

Galion—First, 246 Harding Way West, R. 

R. Elliker 
nr Galion— 

Emmanuel 

Peace 

Ganges—Ganges Community, M. C. Harri¬ 
son 

Garfield Heights—Pilgrim, 4592 E. 131st 
St., L. F. Stueber 

Genoa—St. John’s, Superior & Sixth, P. O. 
David 

Germantown—St. John’s, 201 W. Market 
St., R. P. Vitz 

Glenford—St. Paul’s, R. S. Beaver 
Glenmont—St. John’s, Main St., L. B. 
Tschudy 

nr Green Camp—Emanuel, E. T. Henzel 
Greenville—St. Paul, S. E. Cor. W. Third 
& Sycamore Sts., L. C. Minsterman 
nr Greenville—West Zion 
nr Greenville—E. Zion Community 
Halifax—Zion’s, C. A. Wahl 
Hamilton- 

First, Ross Ave. & “D” St., C. K. Geb- 
hart 

Redeemer, 1300 Parrish Ave., V. H. Schoen 
St. John’s, Front & Sycamore Sts., A. 

Blasberg _ 

St. Paul’s, 729 Campbell Ave., W. F. von 


Brauchitsch 
nr Hannibal—Zion 
nr Harriettsville—Zion 

Hartville—Christ, S. Prospect, C. C. Hup- 
rich 

Haskins—Immanuel Federated, A. W. 

McLeese 

Hill Grove—Federated 
nr Holgate—St. John’s, O. Stockmeier 
nr Homerville—East Homer 
Hunt’s Corners—Zoar, D. A. Sellers 
nr Huron—Henrietta, S. H. Matzke 
Johnsville—Trinity, J. V. Ingram 


Kenton— „ 

First, 313 W. Columbia St., E. A. Grad- 
wohl _ 

St. John, E. Carrol & Wayne Sts., S. L. 


nr Kenton— 

St. Peter’s 

Salem, E. A. Gradwohl 
Kettlersville — Immanuel, G. Diehm 
Kinnikinnick — Salem 


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Lafayette — Heidelberg, F. H. Klemme 
Lakewood — First, 2150 Warren Rd.. R. F. 
Beck 

Lancaster — Grace, 153 W. Chestnut St., H. 

G. Yaggi 

Lawrenceville — Mt. Pisgah, M. P. Schoepfle 
Lewisburg — First 

Lewisville — St. Peter’s, G. W. Yarns 
nr Lewisville — St. John’s, G. W. Varns 
Liberty Center — St. John’s, Liberty and 
Young Sts. 

Lima— 

Calvary, 1017 Richie Ave., H. C. Keller- 
meyer 

First, 320 W. Wayne, P. H. Graeser 
nr Lisbon — St. Jacob’s, E. D. Fager 
Lorain— 

Hungarian, 31st & Globe Sts., D. G. 
Bodor 

St. John, Reid Ave. at 7th St., R. A. 
Mensendiek 

Loudon Twp.—St. John’s, R. P. Vitz 
Loudonville — Trinity, South Union St.. L. 
W. R. Dresch 

Louisville — Paradise, 023 East Main St., C. 
W. Bormuth 

Lowell — St. John, E. R. O. Agricola 
nr Lowell — First, E. R. O. Agricola 
Lytton — Zion, C. I. Lau 
Manchester — Trinity, H. S. Wolfe 
Mansfield — St. John’s, Park Ave. E. at 
Franklin, J. C. Melchert 
nr Mansfield — St. Peter’s 
Marietta — St. Paul’s, Cor. Fifth & Scam- 
mel St., F. Nagy 
Marion — 

First, 326 S. Prospect St., J. P. Goebel 
Salem, 230 E. Church St., L. H. Ludwig 
Marshallville — St. Michael’s, 96 Euclid St. 
Massillon — 

Grace, Main & 10th S. W., W. O. Keeler 
St. John’s, First & Tremont Ave., S. E.. 
O. R. Gerber and R. H. Staple 
nr Massillon — 

St. James, Cross Roads, A. G. Heisler 
Christ, Myers, A. G. Heisler 
St. Johns, Sixteen, A. G Heisler 
Jerusalem, Stanwood, A. G. Heisler 
Maximo — Zion 
McCutchenville — Trinity 

Miamisburg — Trinity, Linden & Second Sts., 

H. G. Shoffner 
Middletown— 

Hungarian, 1417 Young St., A. A. Har- 
sany 

St. Paul’s, 114 S. Broad St., H. H. Jung 
nr Milan — St. John 

Millbury—St. Peter, Main & Cherry Sts., 
M. F. Flatter 

Millersburg — St. John’s, 209 East Jackson 
St., L. B. Tschudy 
Millville — Millville Federated 
Miltonsburg — St. Peter’s, G. W. Varns 
Mineral City—St. Paul 
Mitiwanga—Mitiwanga, S. H. Matzke 
Mohicanville — Christ’s, C. E. Hartwig 
nr Monroeville — St. John 
Moraine City — Zion, W. H. Harrell 
Mt. Eaton—St. Paul’s, 100 N. Market St., 
F. R. Zartman 

Navarre—St. Paul’s, Main & Wooster Sts., 
W. C. Grunwald 

Newark—St. John’s, 101 S. 5th St.. L. H. 
Lammers 

nr New Bavaria — Emanuel, O. H. Scherry 
nr New Bedford — Zion, L. A. Sigrist 
New Bremen — 

St. Paul, 115 N. Franklin, E. H. Bassler 
St. Peter’s, 303 N. Franklin St.. E. E. 
Fahringer 

Zion, Main & First Sts.,. L. G. Fritz 
New Knoxville — First, D. A. Bode 
New Philadelphia — First, 2nd & Fair Sts., 
T. W. Hoernemann 

nr New Philadelphia — Jerusalem, L. E. 
Zechiel 

New r Richmond — St. Paul, W. G. Smith 


North Canton—Zion, 415 S. Main St., M. 

E. Beck and W. E. D. Wynn 
North College Hill—St. Paul, 6834 Parrish 
Ave., R. W. Bockstruck 
North Hampton—North Hampton, Main St.. 
M. P. Schoepfle 

North Jackson—St. John’s, L. J. Raymond 
nr North Lima—Mt. Olivet, O. J. Zechiel 
Norwood— 

Salem, 2057 Courtland, W. G. Smith 
Zion, 2332 Sherwood Lane, B. M. Herb- 
ster 

Oak Harbor—St. Paul’s, Ottawa & Tous- 
saint St., O. C. Doenges 
Orrville—Christ, 301 N. Main St., M. A. 
Stoerker 

Paris—Israel, M. G. Clausing 
Parma— 

St. Paul, 7505 York Rd., W. K. Laurie 
St. Peter’s, 6295 Broadview Rd., A. E. 
Antal 

Payne—St. Jacob, Oak St., J. T. Bucher 
Petersburg—Old Springfield, Route 90, C. 
A. Lang 

Phoneton—Bethel 
Piqua— 

First, S. Wayne & Miami St., M. J. Engle- 
mann 

St. Paul’s, Cor. Downing & Greene, H. C. 
Grunewald 

Pomeroy—The Federated Church, 211 Sec- 
ond St., H. F. Hess 

Portsmouth—First, N. E. Cor. Fifth & 
Washington Sts., H. M. Goetz 
Port Washington—St. Paul’s, High Street, 
J. P. Kochner 

Powhatan Point—St. John’s, F. R. Zim¬ 
merman 

Prospect—Zion, Water St., E. T. Henzel 
Ragersville—Zion, A. C. Yost 
Reading—St. John, Jefferson, Cooper & 
Maple Ave., W. R. Grunewald 
Reedsburg—Grace 
Renners—St. Paul’s 
Republic—Union 

Robertsville—Christ, M. G. Clausing 
St. Bernard—Immanuel, Tower & Jeffer¬ 
son Aves., H. G. Schairbaum 
St. Marys—St. Paul’s, High & Perry Sts., 
J. L. Schmidt 
Sandusky— 

Emmanuel, Columbus Ave. at Adams St., 
R. B. Frey 

First, Cor. Hancock & Jefferson Sts., A. 
R. Von Gruenigen 

St. Stephen, 804 W. Jefferson St., R. C. 
Belsan 

nr Sardis—Salem 

Shaker Heights—Immanuel, 20120 Lomond 
Blvd., R. J. Baldauf 

Shelby—Evan. & Ref., 23 Church, M. C. 

Harrison 
Sherwood—Zion’s 

Sidney—St. Paul, Main & South Sts., A. T. 
Gerhold 

Sixteen Mile Stand—St. John, W. F. Koh¬ 
ler 

Smoketown—St. Paul’s, W. C. Grunwald 
Somerset—Somerset, R. S. Beaver 
South Amherst—St. John’s, Leonard St., J. 
H. Bollens 

Spencerville—First Federated, E. Fourth 
St., A. E. Porter 

Springboro—Springboro, J. C. Schulz 
Springfield—Grace, W. Main & N. Plum, 
E. E. Koepp 

Steubenville—Zion, 139 N. 5th St.. C. A. 
Hofmann 

Stone Creek—Grace, L. E. Zechiel 
Stoutsville—Heidelberg, T. Such 
Strasburg—St. John’s, D. V. Klohr 
Suffield—Sufifield, H. A. Blum 
Sugarcreek—First 

Sulphur Springs—Hope, A. O. Kipp 
Sycamore—Sycamore, C. F. Brouse 
Thornville—Trinity, W. Main, W. L. 
Schacht 


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nr Thornville — Zion, R. S. Beaver 
Tiffin— 

St. John’s, Main & Jefferson Sts., H. J. 
Zuern 

Second, Madison & Jefferson Sts., D. R. 
Raiser 

Trinity, Jefferson & Perry Sts., J. W. 
Myers 

nr Tiffin — St. Jacob’s 
Toledo— 

First, 1014 Cherry St., T. J. Klaudt 
Grace, Fulton & Kenilworth, H. L. V. 
Shinn 

Magyar, Cor. Bogar & Bakewell, C. Papp 
Memorial, Starr Ave. & Plymouth St., 
C. K. Chidester 

St. Paul’s, Phillips & Vermaas Aves., 
H. W. Haberkamp 

Salem, Prouty Ave. & Stebbins St., C. T. 
Roeck 

Trail Run — St. Paul’s 

Troy — St. John’s, Canal & Walnut Sts., 
H. E. Pfister 

Uniontown — Grace, N. Church St., M. D. 
Jones 

Unity — Salem, O. J. Zechiel 
Upper Sandusky — Trinity, N. Sandusky & 
W. Findlay Sts., P. E. Rohrbaugh 
nr Upper Sandusky — Emanuel, E. E. Engle 
Valley City — Emmanuel, E. A. Katterhenry 
Van Wert — St. Peter’s, Main & Harrison, 
V. P. Wierwille 

nr Van Wert — St. Paul’s, F. H. Graeper 
Vermilion — First, Grand & Ohio St., N. S. 
Greenawalt 

nr Vermilion — Brownhelm, N. S. Greenawalt 
Wadsworth — Trinity, 215 High St., R. S. 
Mathes 

nr Wadsworth — Mt. Zwingli, H. C. Foster 
Waldo—St. Joseph, W. F. Kissel 
nr Waldo — St. John, W. F. Kissel 
Walnut Creek — St. John’s 
Wapakoneta — St. Paul, Cor. Main & Perry 
Sts., R. J. Loew 
Warner — First 

Warren — First, 280 E. Market St., R. L. 
Keiser 

nr Watertown — St. John, E. R. O. Agricola 
Waverly — First, Main St. 

Waynesburg — St. Paul 

West Alexandria — First, South St.. F. A. 
Kostyu 

Whipple — St. John’s 
Winesburg — Zion, D. V. Klohr 
Woodsfleld — St. Paul’s, 304-10 S. Main St., 
H. J. Kopke 
Wooster — 

Christ, 245 S. Grant St., P. W. Schmidt 
First, 150 E. North St., L. A. Keil 
nr Wooster — Emanuel, W. Salem Rd. 
Xenia—First, Cor. N. Detroit & Church 
Sts., A. L. Scherry 
nr Xenia — Beaver 
nr Xenia — R. 3, Byron 
Youngstown — 

Austintown Community, 242 S. Canfield- 
Niles Rd., A. V. Swinehart 
Pilgrim Collegiate, Wick Ave. at Lincoln 
Ave., R. A. Luhman 
St. Paul’s, 2105 Oak Hill Ave., L. F. 
Suedmeyer 

Third, Midlothian Blvd. & Sheridan Rd., 
L. M. Becker 

Zanesville — Pilgrim, South & 7th St., D. J. 
Barthelmeh 

Zoar — Zoar, E. W. Guinther 


OKLAHOMA 

Kingfisher—Kingfisher, 204 S. 8th St., *W. 
B. Kilpatrick 

Loyal—Peace, A. F. Werner 
Marshall—St. Paul, P. P. Krause 
Okeene—St. John’s, C. H. Schmidt 
Oklahoma City—Zion, 10th & Western Sts., 
*J. K. Peaslee 


OREGON 

Gresham—Zion, 436 N. Main Ave., F. A. 
Shults 

Hillsboro—R. 1, Emmanuel, H. Rydman 
Hillsdale—Hillsdale, 6948 S.W. Capitol 
Hwy., W. M. Frutiger 
Portland- 

First, S. W. 12th Ave. & Clay St., C. 
W. H. Sauerwein 

St. John’s, 8014 S. E. 16th Ave., F. G. 
Plocher 

St. Paul, 801 N. E. Failing St. 

Second, Thirtieth Ave. & Ainsworth, H. 
T. Goodling 

Third, 6019 S. E. 87th Ave., E. B. Gunne- 
mann 

Salem—Bethany, N. Capitol & Marion, R. 
Mayer 

Tillamook—St. John’s, 403 E. 5th St.. A. H. 
Elshoff 

nr Wilsonville—Meridian, J. T. Braun 


PENNSYLVANIA 

Aaronsburg — St. Peter’s, Main St.. A. F. 
Dietz 

nr Aaronsburg — St. Paul’s, A. F. Dietz 
Abbottstown — Emmanuel, A. C. Rohr¬ 
baugh 

Adamstown — St. Paul’s, E. Main St., D. J. 

W. Noll 
nr Alburtis — 

Huffs, A. S. Mertz 
Lehigh-Zion’s, W. O. Wolford 
Alcola — Trinity 

Alexandria — Christ, Main St., J. E. Winter 
Alleghenyville — Allegheny, W. R. Yocom 
Allentown — 

Christ, Second & Court 
Dubbs Memorial, 5th & Allen, M. F. 
Klingaman 

Emmanuel, 16th & Chew Sts., W. D. 
Mathias 

Grace, 617 Cleveland St., C. H. Kehm 
St. Andrew, 402-10 North 9th St., H. I. 
Aulenbach 

St. James, Fifteenth & Walnut 
St. John’s, 6th & Walnut Sts., G. H. 
Sperry 

St. Mark’s, S. Albert & E. Susquehanna 
Sts., C. D. Kressley 

St. Paul, 340 E. Hamilton St., C. M. Lim- 
par 

St. Peter’s, 675 Tacoma St., J. K. Wetzel 
Salem, Chew & Church Sts., R. D. Brodt 
Trinity, Linden St. above 11th, C. H. 
Moatz 

Zion, Hamilton & Church Sts., C. D. 
Rodenberger 

nr Allentown — Jerusalem, W. Salisbury 
Twp., D. E. Schaeffer 
Almont — Jerusalem, G. R. Winters 
Altoona — 

Christ, 12th Ave. & 15th St., S. C. Snod¬ 
grass 

Grace, 2300 8th Ave., M. E. Smith 
Salem, 320 E. Grant Ave. 

Trinity, 7th Ave. & 8th St., R. A. Dilliard 
nr Alverton — Zion’s 
Amityville — St. Paul’s, W. H. Solly 
Andreas — Ben Salem, W. W. Moyer 
Annville — Christ, S. White Oak St.. W. M. 
Price 

nr Anselma — St. Matthew’s, C. G. Link 
Apollo — First, Warren & South Second 
nr Apollo — Pine Run, C. H. Kichline 
Appenzell — St. Mark’s 
Arendtsville — Zion, N. R. Frantz 
Argus — Ridge Valley, G. R. Winters 
Ashfield — Dinkey Memorial, T. H. Bach 
man 

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Ashland—Zion’s, lltli & Chestnut Sts., M. 
F. Walper 

nr Ashland—St. John’s, P. W. Yoh 
Auburn—St. John’s, R. C. Zechman 
nr Auburn—St. Paul’s, A. L. Zechman 
Augustaville—Zion, A. K. Helmbold 
Avon—Grace, 1001 E. Cumberland St., R. 
K. Ziegler 

Bangor—St. John’s, Cor. 3rd & Market Sts., 
J. C. Brumbach 
nr Barnesville— 

Christ, Rush Twp., J. A. Kleinginna 
St. Peter’s, A. D. Knoebel 
Bath—Christ, 45-49 Chestnut St. 
nr Bath— 

Emmanuel, H. D. Clauss 
Salem, H. D. Clauss 
Beaver Springs—Christ, H. B. Zechman 
Beavertown— 

St. Paul’s, H. B. Zechman 
Bechtelsville—Trinity, W. H. Solly 
nr Bechtelsville—St. John’s (Hill), J. L. 
Herbster 

Bedford—St. John’s, 144 W. John St., T. 

D. Garner 
nr Bedford— 

Cove, Colerain Twp., B. E. Wynn 
Trinity, Colerain Twp., B. E. Wvnn 
Belfast—Belfast, W. H. Brong 
Bellefonte—St. John’s, 143 W. Linn St., 
H. C. Carolus 

Berlin—Trinity, GOO Main St., I. R. Harkins 
nr Berlin— 

Glade, A. E. Master 
Mt. Zion, F. D. Witmer 
St. Luke, A. E. Master 
St. Paul’s, F. D. Witmer 
Bernville—St. Thomas, F. W. Ruth 
nr Bernville—Christ, F. W. Ruth 
nr Bernville—St. Paul’s, F. W. Ruth 
Berrysburg—Salem’s, E. R. Marks 
Berwick—First, Cor. Vine & 2nd St., W. 
A. Lutz 

Bethel—Salem, C. M. Rissinger 
Bethlehem— 

Bethany, 5th Ave. & W. Market St., H. 

A. W. Schaeffer 
Calvary, 1016 Wood St. 

Christ. Center & Walnut Sts., A. A. 
Welsh 

First, 15-17 W. 4th St., H. J. Colver 
First Hungarian, 526 E. 4th St.. C. G. 
deBodo 

Grace, 933-937 Broadway, H. R. Ash 
St. Paul’s, Cor. North & High, C. L. 
Brachman 

Zion, Shipman-Hillmond Sts., R. L. 
Koehler 

nr Bethlehem— 

Jerusalem, Salisbury Twp., II. R. Ash 
St. Thomas, H. J. Ehret 
Big Creek—St. Paul’s, G. M. Smith 
Biglerville—Trinity-Benders, York St., N. 
R. Frantz 

Birdsboro—St. Paul’s, F. R. Daugherty 
Blain—Zion, D. R. Feather 
Blainsport—Swamp, J. F. Smeltzer 
Blandon—Maidencreek, D. H. Nace 
Bloomsburg—Bloomsburg, 3rd & Iron Sts., 
M. E. Schnorr 
nr Bloomsburg—Emanuel 
Blue Bell—Boehm’s, Penllyn Rd., R. E. 
Hartman 

Blue Knob—Mt. Hope, T. P. Crusius 
Blymire—St. John’s, J. Z. Martin 
Boalsburg—St. John’s, T. F. Rissinger 
Boon’s Mountain—Emmanuel, H. W. 

Walenta 

Boswell—St. Paul’s, Cor. Main & Mer¬ 
chants Ave., W. O. Ziegler 
Bowers—Christ, F. D. Slifer 
Bowmanstown—Emmanuel, 3rd St., R. E. 
Kutz 


Bowiuansville —St. Paul’s, Church St., W. 
S. Bren die 

Boyertown — Good Shepherd, West Phila¬ 
delphia Ave., II. L. Sclineck 
Braddock — St. Luke's, 4th & Camp Ave. 
Bradys Bend — Trinity, F. A. Guldin 
nr Breinigsville — Ziegel’s, J. L. Herbster 
Briggsville — Mt. Zion 

Brodbeck’s — St. Jacob’s (Stone), P. D. 
Yoder 

Brodheadsville — Zion’s, A. A. Bohner 
Butler— 

Bethany, 215 W. North St., F. Hiack 
St. Paul’s, Walker & Brugh Aves.. W. M. 
Trogler 

Campbelltown — Salem, Main St., I. K. 
Shreiner 

Carlisle—First, 29 N. Pitt St., A. E. Shen- 
berger 

nr Carlisle — Salem 
Carlisle Springs — St. Matthew’s 
Carsonville — St. James, G. W. Moyer 
Cashtown — Trinity 

Catasauqua — Salem, 3rd & Walnut Sts. 
Catawissa — St. John’s, 3rd & Pine, L. M. 
Martin 

Cementon — St. Paul’s, T. R. Brendle 
Centre Hall — Trinity, L. E. Bair, Jr. 
nr Cessna—St. Paul’s, L. M. King 
Cetronia — Cedar, G. D. MacNeal 
Chambersburg — 

St. John’s, 341 Lincoln Way East, W. W. 
Carvell 

Zion, S. Main & Liberty Sts., J. H. Mil¬ 
ler 

nr Cherryville — St. Paul’s, R. H. Klinga- 
man 

Chicora — St. John’s, C. L. Bash 
nr Chicora — St. Paul’s, F. A. Guldin 
Claysburg — Grace, T. P. Crusius 
nr Clear ville — Bethel, E. P. Senft 
nr Cleona — Hill. S. R. Kresge 
Coatesville — Hungarian. Hope & Madison 
Sts., W. Toth, Supply 
Coburn — St. Andrew’s, A. F. Dietz 
nr Cochranton — Trinity, L. D. Horn 
Codorus — Christ (Jefferson), P. D. Yoder 
Collegeville—Trinity, 524 Main St., A. L. 
Creager 

Colonial Park — Colonial Park, E. H. Phil¬ 
lips 

Columbia— 

Salem, 324-328 Walnut St. 

Trinity, 3rd & Cherry Sts. 

Conestoga — Conestoga 

Connellsville — Trinity, 104 E. Green St., 
P. E. Oberkircher 

Connoquenessing — St. Paul’s, R. E. Dickey 
Conyngham — Christ, Main St., A. G. Holt 
Coopersburg — St. John’s, Thomas St., G. E. 
Harrity 

nr Coopersburg — 

St. Paul’s (Blue) 

Coplay — Trinity, 3rd & Coplay Sts., C. D. 
Rockel 

Cressona — St. Mark’s, G. C. Hosier 
Curllsville — Grace, G. A. Robb 
Dallastown — St. Paul’s, W. Main St., J. Z. 
Martin 

Dalmatia — Trinity, R. T. Scliellhase 
nr Danielsville — Christ, II. D. Clauss 
Danville — Shiloh, 500 Bloom St., A. W. 
Barley 

Darlington — St. John’s 
nr Dayton — Belknap, R. C. Strine 
Deckards — St. John’s, L. D. Horn 
Delano—Faith, C. M. Baver 
Delmont—Trinity, Wm. Penn Highway 
East, J. M. Steinert 

Denver — St. John’s, Walnut St., W. S. 
Brendle 

Derry — St. Paul’s, S. Chestnut St. & Third 
Ave. 


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nr Dillsburg—• 

Barrens (Salem), A. T. Kaup 
Franklin, A. T. Kaup 
Donaldson—Salem 
Dorrance—Emmanuels 
Dorseyville—Trinity, D. W. Schlicher 
Dover—Dover, W. Canal St., R. W. Lim- 
bert 

nr Dover—Salem, It. W. Limbert 
Doylestown—Salem, 184 E. Cort St., C. F. 
Freeman 

Dreibelbis—New Jerusalem (Dunkle), A. L. 
Brumbach 

Dry Ridge—Trinity, L. A. Peeler 
Dublin—St. Luke’s J. E. Wildasin 
DuBois—St. Peter’s, 13 N. High St., H. W. 
Walenta 

Duncannon—Christ, High St., A. L. Sel- 
domridge 

Duquesne—Grace, Kennedy Ave. & 7th St., 
*G. lackre 

Durham—Durham, E. W. Moyer 
Dushore—Redeemer, German St., C. B. 
Meyers 

East Berlin—Zwingli, W. King St., A. M. 
Leister 

nr East Berlin— 

Mt. Olivet, A. M. Leister 
St. Paul, A. M. Leister 
East Fairfield—St Mark’s, L. D. Horn 
East Greenville—New Goshenhoppen, C. M. 
DeLong 

East Mauch Chunk—First, 4th & Center 
Sts., C. W. Sigler 
Easton— 

First, 29 N. 3rd, G. A. Creitz 
Grace, March & Porter Sts., L. V. Het¬ 
rick 

Memorial, 19th St. & Freemansburg Ave., 
S. B. Leiby 

St. Mark’s 10th & Lehigh, F. W. Teske 
St. Peter, 635 Centre St. F. W. Shafer 
nr Easton—St John, E. W. Moyer 
East Petersburg—Trinity, N. Main St., C. 
W. Isenberg 

East Sharpsburg—St. John’s, A. A. Hart¬ 
man 

Eddyville—Eddyville, R. C. Strine 
Eden—Grace, N. H. Andres 
Edie—St. Peter’s, W. O. Ziegler 
Effort— St. John’s, A. P. Albright 
Egypt—Egypt, T. R. Brendle 
Elizabethtown—Christ, S. Market St., P. 
E. Saylor 

Elizabethville—Salem’s, E. R. Marks 
El'iottsburg—St. John’s 
Ellwood City—Immanuel, Eighth St. & 
Crescent Ave., L. C. Gobrecht 
Emlenton—St. John’s, Main St. 

Emmaus—St. John, N. 4th St., R. E. 
Schaeffer 

Enola—St. Matthew’s, Altoona Ave. & Enola 
Drive, H. A. Manon 
Enterline—St. Paul, G. W. Moyer 
Entriken—St. Matthew’s, C. R. Masters 
Ephrata— 

Bethany, 140-142 E. Main St., P. B. Snead 
First, Cherry & Locust Sts., D. J. W. 
Noll 

Erdinan—Zion (Klinger’s), R. J. Harrity 
Erie- 

First, 126 W. 9th St., A. F. Abele 
Hungarian, 7th & Cascade Sts., A. Arvay 
St. Paul’s, 1024 Peach St., W. A. Kratz 
nr Erwinna—Upper Tinicum, V. Steinberg 
Esterly—Community, St. Lawrence 
Eureka—Pleasantville, W. A. Baum 
Evans City—St. John’s, East Main St., D. 
C. Book 

Everett—Trinity, 30 N. Spring St. E. P. 
Senft 

nr Export—Emmanuel’s, H. A. Robb 
Fairfield—St. John’s 
nr Fairfield—Jacob’s, C. H. Corl 
Fairview (Butler Co.)—St. Peter’s, C. L. 
Bash 


Fairview’ (Erie Co.)—St. James. A. F. 

Farmers’ Mills—St. John’s, L. E. Bair. Jr. 
Farmersville—St. John’s, H. J. Ehret 
Fennelltown—Grace, J. M. Steinert 
Ferndale—St. Luke’s, V. Steinberg 
Fetterhoff—St. Peter’s, G. W. Moyer 
Fisher’s Ferry—St. Elias, A. K. Helmbold 
Fishertown—St. Luke’s, L. M. King 
Fleetw r ood— St. Paul’s, N. Franklin St., J. 

P. Kelim 
nr Fleetwood— 

Becker’s, St. Peter’s, J. P. Kehm 
St. Peter’s, J. R. Rothermel 
Shalter’s (Salem), P. P. Haas 
Flicksville—St Mark’s J. O. Reagle 
Fogelsville— St. John’s, W. O. Wolford 
Forks Twp.—• 

Arndts, H. J. Ehret 
Salem, Stockertowm Rd., F. R. Shafer 
nr Forksville—Elkland, C. B. Meyers 
Fort Loudon—St. Peters, Main St., M. B. 
Michael 

Fort Washington—St. Paul’s, G. A. Smith 
Frackville—St. Peter’s, 21 S. Nice St., J. 
M. Witmer 

Fredericksburg—St. John’s, C. M. Ris- 
singer 

nr Fredonia—St. John’s, J. M. Walthour 
Freeburg—St. Peter’s, H. G. Snyder 
Freeland—St. John, Washington & Chest¬ 
nut Sts., G. W. M. Kohler 
Freemansburg—Trinity, 226 Main St., G. R. 
Johnson 

Freysville—Emmanuel, O. K. Maurer 
Friedens (Somerset Co.)—Friedens, J. S. 
Carr 

Friedensburg—St. John’s, A. L. Zechman 
Friedensville—Friedens, G. C. Bingaman 
Frogtown—Nevin Memorial 
Fullerton—St. John’s, 6th & Grape Sts. 
Garrett—Grace, F. D. Witmer 
Gastown—St. Thomas 

Gettysburg—Trinity, E. High & S. Strat¬ 
ton Sts., H. S. Fox 

nr Gettysburg—St. Mark’s, H. S. Fox 
Gibraltar—St. John’s, W. R. Yocom 
Gilbert—Salem, A. P. Albright 
Girard Manor—St. John’s, II. A. Breininger 
Glencoe—Glencoe, J. E. Dobbs 
nr Glencoe—Mt. Lebanon, J. E. Dobbs 
Glen Rock—Trinity, Manchester St. 
nr Glen Rock—Jerusalem 
Glenside—Glenside, Abington & W T harton 
Ave., E. K. Snyder 

Gouglersville—Wyomissing, W. R. Yocom 
Gowen City—St. Paul’s, T. F. Rissinger 
nr Grantville—Zion, J. D. Backenstose 
Gratz—Simeon’s, E. R. Marks 
Greenaw’alds—Christ, 219 Albright Ave. 
Greenburr—Emmanuel, R. D. Abernethy 
Greencastle—Grace, E. Baltimore St., M. F. 
Sollinger 

Greenfield Station—Greenfield, T. P. Cru- 
sius 

Greenburg— 

First, 14 E. Third St. R. C. Eroh 
Third, 1526 Elm St., S. E. Lobach 
Trinity, 131-139 N. Main St., P. R. Pon¬ 
tius 

Greenville—Zion’s, Main St., P. C. Shu¬ 
maker 

nr Greenville—Jerusalem, J. M. Walthour 
Grill—Christ (Yocum’s), R. E. Starr 
Grimsville—New Bethel Zion’s, A. L. Brum¬ 
bach 

Grindstone Hill—Solomon’s 
Halifax—Trinity, 30 N. 4th St., G. W. 
Moyer 

Hamburg—First, Cor. 3rd & Pine Sts., E. 

F. Andrews 
nr Hamburg— 

St. Michael’s, M. A. May 
St. Paul, G. Flinchbaugh 
Zion, G. Flinchbaugh 


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Hamlin— 

St. Paul’s, C M. Kissinger 
St. Paul’s Union, L. D. Loos 
Hampton—Emmanuel, A. M. Leister 
Hanover— 

Emmanuel, 134 Broadway, N. E. Smith 
Grace, Fourth & N. Franklin Sts., W. 
H. Banks 

Trinity, 114-116 York St., H. E. Sheely 
nr Hanover—St. Bartholomew’s, H. M. 
Light 

St. David, H. M. Light 
St. Paul, H. M. Light 
Harmony—Grace, On The Square, L. W. 
Veith 

Harrisburg— 

Fourth, 16th & Market Sts., A. M. Bill- 
man 

St. John’s, 4th & Maclay Sts., T. A. Crist 
Salem, 3rd & Chestnut Sts., C. R. Zwei- 
zig 

Second, Yerbeke & Green Sts., H. S. 
Raab 

Harrison City—First, Export Rd., L. O. 
Worthing 

nr Harrison City—Denmark Manor, L. O. 
Worthing 

Harrold’s—St. John’s, C. J. Rote 
Hatfield—Heidelberg, Lincoln Ave., W. R. 
Clark 

Havertown—St. James 
Hazelton— 

Emmanuel’s, Church & Diamond Ave., 
J. N. Garner 

Grace, 161 N. Laurel St., W. Y. Gebhard 
Hebe—David’s, J. M. Singer 
Hecktown—Dryland, R. L. Koehler 
Hegins—Friedens, Second St., P. W. Yoli 
nr Hegins—Christ, P. W. Yoh 
Helfenstein—Christ, T. F. Kissinger 
Hellam—Trinity, 200 E. Market St., R. E. 
Shaffer 

nr Hellam—Canadochly, R. E. Shaffer 
Heller’s—Salem, F. D. Pentz 
Hellertown—Christ Durham & Penn Sts.. 

E. O. Butkofsky 
nr Hellertown— 

Christ, Lower Saucon Twp., G. R. John¬ 
son 

St. Luke’s (Old Williams), Williams Twp., 
G. R. Johnson 

nr Henrietta—Mt. Pleasant, L. M. King 
Herndon—Zion’s, J. M. Singer 
Hesston—St. Paul’s, 

Ilobbie—St. Peter’s 

Hollidaysburg—St. John's, 104 Maple Ave., 
W. Horosz 
Holsopple—Christ 
Homestead— 

First, Carnegie Library, *G. Fackre 
Hungarian, 416 Tenth Ave., J. Paal 
Hopewell—St. John’s, Christian St.. T. M 
Burns, Jr. 

Host—St. John, E. A. Dech 
Houserville—Nazareth 
Howard—First, J. B. Zinn 
nr Howard—Emmanuel, J B. Zinn 
Howertown—St. John’s, G. J. Laubach 
Hublersburg—Trinity 

Hummelstown—Hummelstown, E. Main & 
Water Sts., K. R. Flocken 
nr Hunkers—Seanors, G. R. Geisler 
Hunter Station—Emmanuel’s, J. M. Singer 
Huntingdon—The Abbey Church, N W. 

Church & Sixth Sts., H. D. McKeehan 
Hyndman—First, Market & Adams. F. D 
Oberkircher 

Ickesburg—Ickesburg, D. R. Feather 
Imler—St. Paul’s 
nr Imler—St. Mark’s 
Imlertown—Pleasant Hill, L. M. King 
Indian Creek—Christ, W. K. Beattie 
Irwin—First, 400 Main St., G. A. Shults 
nr Irwin—Brush Creek (Salem), G. 
loder 

Jacksonville—Jacob’s C. R. Rahn 


J acksonwald—Schwarzwald 
Jacobus—Salem 

Jeanette—Grace, 119 N. 2nd St., G. P. 
Kehl 

Jennerstown—Trinity, Lincoln Highway, 
W. O. Ziegler 

nr Jennerstown—Beam, W. O. Ziegler 
.Johnstown— 

Hungarian, Chestnut St. & 9th Ave. 

St. John’s, Somerset & Dibert Sts., G. T. 
Fitz 

St. Paul’s, 554 Park Ave., A. M. Wright 
Jonestown—St. John’s J. D. Backenstose 
nr Jonestown—Salem (Walmer’s), J. D. 
Backenstose 

Kellers Church—Solomon’s, T. M. Kress- 
ley 

Ivempton— 

New Bethel, C. R. Rahn 
New Jerusalem (Red), A. L. Brumbach 
Killinger—David’s, E. E. Ehrhart 
Kimmerlings—St. Jacob’s, L. D. Loos 
Kittanning—St. Luke’s, McKean & High 
Sts., II. F. Loch 

nr Kittanning—Mt. Union, H. F. Loch 
Ivlingerstown—St. Michael, J. M. Light 
nr Klingerstown—Salem, J. M. Light 
Knauertown—St. Peter’s, E. B. Yost 
nr Knox—St. Paul’s, R. L. Frazier 
nr Kreidersville—Zion, R. H. Klingaman 
Kunkeltown—St. Matthews, A. A. Bohner 
Kutztown— 

St. John’s, Walnut & Whiteoak Sts., D. 
H. Nace 

St. Paul's, 47-51 S. Whiteoak St., P. E. 
Schmoyer 
Lamartine—Salem 
Lancaster_ 

Faith, Duke & Green Sts., H. F. Hafer 
First, 42 E. Orange St., W. H. Bollman 
Hamilton Park, Maple & Perry Ave., H. 
J. Naftzinger 

St. Andrew’s, 701 N. Lime St., J. C. 
Raezer 

St. John’s, Mulberry & Orange Sts., C. 
•J Noss 

St. Luke’s, 719 Marietta Ave., R. W. 
Roschy 

St. Paul’s, 51 E. Orange St., T. A. Alspach 
and B. M. Weaver 

St. Peter's, College & Buchanan Aves., 
J. E. Wagner 

Landingville—Faith, R. C. Zechman 
Landisburg—Trinity 
nr Landisburg—St. Peter’s 
Lansdale—St. John’s, W. Main St. & Rich¬ 
ardson Ave., H. E. Ditzler 
Lansford—Emanuel, 1-3 Springgarden, A. 

G. Peters 

Larimer—St. John’s, A. W. Papenmeier 
Latrobe—Christ, Ligonier & St. Clair Sts., 

H. W. Black 

Laureldale—Rosedale, 1301 Bellevue Ave.. 
S. Givler, Jr. 

Laurelton—Ebenezer, J. R. Stoudt 
Laurys—St. John’s, T. R. Brendle 
nr Lavansville—Salem, G. L. Roth 
Leather Corner Post— Morgenland, G. D. 

MacNeal 
Lebanon— 

First, 10th & Walnut Sts., M. E. Barr 
St. John’s, 925-929 Willow St., C. B. 
Marsteller 

St. Mark’s, 8th & Mifflin Sts., H. J. Her- 
ber 

St. Stephen’s, 3rd & Walnut Sts., P. E. 
Swope 

nr Lebanon—Zion, C. M. Kissinger 
Leek Kill—Christ, J. M. Light 
Leesport—Trinity, J. K. Stoudt 
nr Leesport—St. John’s (Gernant’s), J. K. 
Stoudt 

Lehighton—Zion, 2nd & Iron Sts., C. S. 
H. Leinbach 

Lemasters—St. Paul’s, E. M. Hawk 
Lenhartsville—Friedens, G Flinchbaugh 

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Lewisburg—St. John’s, N. 3rd & St. John 
St., J. H. Ehrhart 
nr Lewisburg — 

Dreisbach, P. R. Wright 
St. Peter’s, T. B. Musser 
Lewistown — Trinity, S. E. Cor. Central Ave. 

& Oak St., G. W. Dieter 
Lewistown Valley — Zion, J. R. Gulick 
Ligonier Valley — St. John’s 
nr Limeport — Chestnut Hill, W. J. Rupp 
Limerick — St. James, W. R. Teitswortli 
Lincoln — Zion’s, D. J. W. Noll 
nr Line Lexington — St. Peter’s, J. E. 
Wildasin 

Linfield — Linfield, R. R. G. Berger 
Linglestown — Wenrich’s, S. R. Kresge 
Lionville — St. Paul’s, C. G. Link 
Lititz — St. Luke’s, 222 N. Broad St., R. L. 
Harwick 

Littlestown — Redeemer, 107 E. King St., F. 

E. Reynolds 
nr Littlestown— 

Christ, G. H. Koons 

Church of the Good Shepherd (Hoffman 
Orphanage), A. Leeming 
St. James, E. R. Hamme 
St. Luke’s, E. R. Hamme 
Livonia — Grace, R. D. Abernethy 
nr Llewellyn — Friedens, G. A. Heisey 
Lock Haven — St. Lukes, Bellefonte Ave. & 
Main St., L. M. Kutz, Jr. 

Loysburg — St. John’s A. A. Hartman 
Loysville — Lebanon 

nr Loysville — Trinity, D. R. Feather 
Luthersburg — St. Luke’s, H. W. Walenta 
Lykens — Christ, N. 2nd St., R. J. Harrity 
nr Lykens — St. Peter’s, E. R. Marks 
Lynnville — St. Peter’s, C. R. Rahn 
Macungie — Solomon’s, 82 Church St. R. D. 
Althouse 

nr Macungie — St. Peter’s (Union). A. S. 
Mertz 

Madisonburg — Christ, R. D. Abernethy 
Mahanoy City — 

Grace, 500 E. Pine St. C. M. Baver 
St. Paul’s, S. W. Cor. Main & Pine Sts., 
W. H. Siegel 

Mainville — Emmanuel, L. M. Martin 
Malta — St. Luke’s. R. T. Schellhase 
nr Malvern — St. Peter’s 
Manheim. — St. Paul, N. Main St. R. H. 
Paine 

Mann’s Choice — Grace, L. A. Peeler 
Manor — First, Cor. Observatory & Blaine 
Sts., G. H. Yoder 

Mantzville — St. Peters, W. W. Moyer 
Marietta — Zion’s 3 Waterford Ave. 

Marion — Heidelberg 

Markelsville — St. John’s, A. L. Seldomridge 
Markelsburg — Zion’s, C. R. Masters 
Martinsburg — St. John, Julian St., S. P. 
Martz 

nr Martinsburg—Salem, S. P. Martz 
Martins Creek — Mt. Zion, J. O. Reagle 
Marysville — Trinity, Verbeke St., H. A. 
Manon 

Mausdale — St. John’s, T. G. Jones 
Maxatawny — Zion’s, F. D. Slifer 
Maytown — Maytown, Elizabeth St. 

Mazeppa — Mazeppa, T. B. Musser 
McAdoo — Christ, E. Washington St., F, J. 
Heckman 

nr McAlisterville — Niemond’s, H. G. Snyder 
McClure — Mt. Bethel, H. B. Zechman 
nr McClure — 

St. John’s, H. B. Zechman 
Samuel’s H. B. Zechman 
McConnellsburg — St. Pauls, N. Second St., 
M. B. Michael 
McConnellstown — Trinity 
McDaniel’s — Zion, L. D. Horn 
McEwensville — St. John’s, V. A. Ruth 
McKeansburg — Christ, J. R. Gulick 
McKeesport — 

First, Union & Library Sts., H. C. Musser 
First Hungarian, 134 Eighth Ave., A. 
Wesselenyi 


McKnightstown—St. John’s 
Meadville— 

St. Paul’s, Park Ave. & Poplar Sts., W. S. 
Brown 

Zion, S. Main & Popler Sts., L. R. 
Moessner 
nr Meadville— 

St. John’s, Union Twp. 

Watson Run, Vernon Twp. 

Mechanicsburg—St. Paul’s, Frederick & 
Locust Sts., G. E. Schultz 
Mercersburg—Trinity, E. Seminary St., J. 
W. Moyer 

nr Meridian—St. John’s, R. E. Dickey 
Mertztown—St. Paul’s, R. D. Althouse 
nr Mertztown— 

Longswamp, J. L. Herbster 
New Jerusalem, E. G. Wolford 
Meyersdale—Amity, E. C. Nagle 
nr Meyersdale— 

St. Mark’s, J. E. Dobbs 
St. Paul’s (Wilhelm), C. E. Whetstone 
Mickleys—St. John’s, C. D. Rockel 
Middleburg—First, Market St., F. A. Reigle 
nr Middleburg—St. Paul’s, P. R. Wright 
Middle Lancaster—St. Peter’s, L. W. Vieth 
Midvale—Harbaugh, H. K. Haines 
Mifflinburg—St. John’s, Market St., J. R. 
Stoudt 

Millbach—St. Paul’s, A. R. Bachman 
Millers—St. Jacob’s, G. W. Moyer 
Millersburg—Trinity, 235 Center St., G. P. 
Stoudt 

nr Millerstown—St. Peter’s, H. G. Snyder 
Millersville—Zion’s, 313 N. George St., J. R. 
Bishop 

Millgrove—Grace, R. K. Townsley 
nr Mill Hall—Mt. Bethel, J. B. Zinn 
Millheim—St. John’s, A. F. Dietz 
nr Millmont—St. Peter’s, J. R. Stoudt 
Millvale—First, 425 .North Ave., A. C. Peeler 
Milnesville—St. John’s on the Mountain 
Milton—St. John’s, 18 Arch St., C. T. Moyer 
nr Milton—Paradise, C. F. Glass 
Minersville—Emanuel, 320 Church St., R. K. 
Todd 

Monongahela—First Hungarian, Main St.. 

V. Bodnar 

Monroe—St. Mark’s, R. L. Frazier 
Mt. Aetna—St. John’s 

Mt. Carmel—Grace, Third & Market Sts., 

W. K. Penn 

Mount Pleasant—First, Main & Hitchman 
Sts., M. E. Heath 

Mount Pleasant Twp.—St. John’s, M. E. 
Heath 

Mountain Grove—Trinity, J. W. Arnold 
Mountville—Trinity, Main St. 
nr Murrysville—Olive 

Myerstown—Myerstown, 306-308 W. Main 
Ave. 

nr Myerstown—Trinity (Tulpehocken), A. 
J. Forry 

Nanticoke—Zion, 40 W. Main St., H. J. 
Leinbach 

Nazareth—St. John’s, Broad and Prospect 
Sts., W. H. Diehl 

nr Nazareth—Jehovah. H. D. Clauss 
Neffs—Union, R. J. Urflfer 
Nescopeck—First, 901 E. Third, J. W. 
Arnold 

New Berlin—Emmanuel’s, P. R. Wright 
New Bloomfield—Trinity, 106 W. High St., 
A. L. Seldomridge 

New Buena Vista—St. Mark’s, L. A. Peeler 
New Chester—St. John, A. M. Leister 
New Freedom—Bethany, J. E. Gindles- 
perger 

New Hamburg—St. Mark’s, E. R. Fabian 
New Hanover—Falkner Swamp, W. H. 
Solly 

New Holland—St. Stephen, 249 E. Main St., 
C. G. Bachman 

nr New Holland—Zeltenreich, C. G. Bach¬ 
man 


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New Kensington—Trinity, 1008 Constitu¬ 
tion Blvd., R. V. Hartman 
New Mahoning—St. John’s, W. W. Moyer 
Newinanstown—Elias, A. R. Bachman 
New Oxford—St. Paul’s, S. Peter St., A. 
C. Rohrbaugh 

Newport—Incarnation, 47 N. Fourth St., 

E. E. Kalkbrenner 

New Providence—Zion, F. E. Ringer 
New Ringgold—Friedens, J. R. Gulick 
New Stanton—St. Luke’s, R. V. Johnson 
New Tripoli—Ebenezer, T. H. Bachman 
nr New Tripoli— 

Lowhill, C. R. Rahn 
St. Paul’s, W. O. Wolford 
Weisenberg, W. O. Wolford 
Niantic—Christ, W. C. Mantz 
Norristown—• 

Ascension, 26 E. Airy St., J. W. Bright 
Christ, 1003 W. Marshall, C. T. Glessner 
Trinity, 1001 Swede St., W. H. Long 
Northhampton— 

Grace, 9th & Lincoln Ave., G. H. Kline¬ 
felter 

St. Paul’s, 19th St. & Lincoln Ave., S. S. 
Smith 

North Heidelberg—North Heidelberg, E. 
A. Dech 

North Wales—St. Luke’s, 125 N. Main, J. 
M. Herzog 

Numidia—St. Paul’s, R. K. Townsley 
Nuremberg—Emmanuel’s, Main St., H. A. 
Breininger 

Obelisk—Keelors (Union), R. A. Haas 
Old Stanton—Trinity, S. E. Lobach 
Old Zionville—Zionville, A. S. Mertz 
Oley—Friedens, E. G. Wolford 
nr Oley—Spies (Zion’s), P. P. Haas 
Orangeville—Orangeville, Main St., M. S. 
Gerhart 

nr Orangeville— 

St. James, M. S. Gerhart 
Zion, M. S. Gerhart 

Orwigsburg—St. John’s, Market St. G. J. 
‘ Bartholomew 

nr Orwigsburg—Zion, R. C. Zechman 
Orwin—St. Peter’s, V. A. Ruth 
Osterburg—Trinity 
Overton—St. Paul’s, C. B. Myers 
Packerton—Christ, W. W. Moyer 
Palmerton—First, 451 Delaware Ave., W. 
T. Longsdorf 

nr Palmerton—St John’s, R. E. Ivutz 
Palmyra—Trinity, Main & Chestnut Sts, 
W. E. Adams 

Parryville—St. Peter’s, 2nd St., R. E. Kutz 
Pavia—Mt. Zion, R. K. Todd 
Paxinos—St. Peter’s, A. K. Helmbold 
Pen Argyl—Faith, Pennsylvania & Heller 
Aves., A. S. Leiby 

nr Pen Argyl—St. Peter’s, A. S. Leiby 
Penbrook—St. Andrew’s, 54 Banks St. 
Pennsburg—Pennsburg, 775 Main St., W. 
C. Mantz 

Penn’s Creek—Emmanuel, P. R. Wright 
Penryn—Jerusalem, R. L. Harwick 
Perkasie—St. Stephen’s, Sixth & Arch Sts., 
W. E. Trexler 
Philadelphia— 

Bethany, 6558 Rising Sun Ave., P. W. 
Weiss 

Bethlehem, Blair & Norris Sts., W. S. 
Kehl 

Calvary, 29th & Lehigh Ave., W. J. Beck¬ 
mann 

Christ, 1520-28 Green St., E. E. Leiphart 
Emanuel, 2628 Fillmore St., Bridesburg, 
V. E. Firme 

Emanuel, Baring & 38th St., W. Phila. 
Faith, 7255 Ogontz Ave., W. R. Shaffer 
First, 50th & Locust Sts., J. N. Bethune 
Grace, 11th & Huntingdon Sts., B. M. 
Werkheiser 

Heidelberg, 5800 N. Broad St., J. C. 
Heater 


Karmel, 72nd & Elmwood Ave., W. G. 
Weiss 

Messiah, 13th & Wolf Sts., L. L. Felton 
Mount Hermon, 16th & Wingohocking, 
D. F. Singley 

Oak Lane, 66th Ave. & 7th St.. N. M. 
Kirk 

Olivet, 10th & Ruscomb, J. R. Weiler 
Palatinate, Haverford Ave. & Robinson 
St., W. W. Witte 

St. Andrews, 22nd & Snyder Ave., E. L. 
Werner 

St. John’s, Frankford Ave. & Ontario 
St. 

St. Luke’s, 923-929 N. 26th St. 

St. Mark’s, 2615 N. Fifth St., N. C. Dittes 
St. Matthew’s, Fifth St., below Erie Ave., 

F. Chartron 

St. Stephen’s, 7109 Erdrick St., C. T. 
Smith 

Salem-Zion, N. 6th above Girard, C. V. 
Rhodes 

Salem-Zion Chapel, Mascher and Spencer 
Sts., C. V. Rhodes 

Tabor, W. Chew & N. Fairhill Sts., T. M. 
Snyder 

Trinity, N. E. Cor. Broad & Venango, 

G. E. Dillinger 

Woodcrest, Mt. Pleasant & Thouron 
Aves., J. A. Wenner 
Phoenixville— 

Hungarian, 505 Main St., T. Csikesz 
St. John’s, 311-315 Gay St. 
nr Phoenixville—East Vincent, Ridge Rd., 
R. F. Brillhart 

Pillow—Salem, R. T. Schellhase 
Pine Grove—St. Peter’s, 277 S. Tulpehocken 
St., H. C. Correll 

nr Pine Grove—Salem’s, A. L. Zechman 
Pine Grove Mills—Bethel 
Pine Hall—St. Peter’s 
Piney Ridge—St. Jacob’s 
Pitcairn—First, Cor. 6th St. & Highland 
Ave., J. R. Bucher 
Pittsburgh— 

Ascension, 1615 Termon Ave., H. L. 
Krause 

First Hungarian, 217-221 Johnston Ave., 
L. Varga 

Grace, Bayard & Dithridge 
Mount Troy, Homestead St., C. A. Ittel 
St. Mark’s, N. Highland Ave. at'Harvard 
St. 

St. Paul’s, 179 44th St. 

St. Paul’s Ev., 712 East St. 

St. Peter’s, 18-20 Schubert St., Spring 
Garden, P. A. Benthin 
St. Peter’s Ev. Luth., 6212 Station St., 
T. C. Honold 

St. Peter’s, 501 Avery St., R. Rettig 
Pleasant Unity—St. Luke’s, Church St., 
A. H. K. Hosliauer 

Pleasant Valley—Trinity, Pleasant Valley 
Rd., G. E. Herbert 
Plowville—Plow, W. R. Yocum 
Plymouth—First, 33 Willow St., H. J. 
Leinbach 

Pocono Lake—Salem 

Pond Hill—St. Mark’s 

Port Clinton—St. Johns, R. C. Zechman 

Pottstown— 

St. John’s, High & Price Sts., P. C. 
Scheirer 

St. Paul’s, Walnut & Penn Sts., M. R. 
Schmidt 

Trinity, Hanover & King Sts., J. B. 
Frantz 

Zion’s, Chestnut & Hanover Sts., H. A. 
Kosman 

nr Pottstown—Shenkel, R. R. G. Berger 
Pottsville—• 

First. 910 W. Market St., G. A. Heisey 
Trinity, 316 W. Market St., R. A. Bausell 
Pricetown—St. John’s, E. G. Wolford 
Punxsutawney—St. Peter’s, 437 Graffius 
Ave., C. O. Leibig 


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Quakertown—First, 5th & W. Broad St., 
P. T. Stoudt 

Quarryville—St. Paul’s, 4th & Church Sts., 
H. C. Snyder 

Quentin—St. Paul’s, R. Iv. Ziegler 
Rainsburg—Zion, B. E. Wynn 
Rankin—Hungarian, 397 Kenmawr Ave., J. 
Paal 

Ravine—St. Paul’s, H. C. Correll 
Reading— 

Calvary, Centre Ave. & Oley St., H. C. 
Hollinger 

Faith. Bingaman St. above Fourth, .1. R. 
Rothermel 

First, 611 Washington St., D. J. Wetzel 
Grace (Alsace), 2152 Kutztown Rd., P. L. 
Rahn 

Olivet, Centre Ave. & Exeter St., W. H. 
Albright 

St. Andrew’s, Spruce & Miller Sts., C. E. 
Roth 

St. John’s, 9th & Chestnut Sts., N. W. 
Shollenberger 

St. Mark’s, W. Greenwich & Ritter Sts., 
P. T. Slinghoff 

St. Paul’s Memorial, 125 N. 6th St., F. A. 
Rosenberger 

St. Stephen’s, 9th & Greenwich, M. D. 
Slifer 

St. Thomas, 11th & Windsor Sts., L. M. 
Erdinan 

Second, 45 S. 6th, J. H. Sando 
Trinity, 21th & Cumberland Ave., Mt. 
Penn, F. A. Sterner 

Zion’s, Washington & Cedar Sts., H. S. 
Kehm 

nr Reading—Good Shepherd, J. R. Rother¬ 
mel 

Reamstown—Salem, Church St., W. S. 
Brendle 

Rebersburg—St. Peter’s, R. D. Abernethy 
Rebuck—Himmel’s, J. M. Singer 
Red Cross—St. Peter’s, J. M. Singer 
Red Lion—St. John’s, 151-163 N. Main St., 
O. K. Maurer 

Red Rock—St. Paul’s, J. W. Arnold 
Reed’s Station—Jacob’s, A. K. HelmboUl 
Rehrersburg—Trinity 
Rexmont—Templeman, R. K. Ziegler 
nr Reynoldsville—Paradise, R. C. Heintz 
Richfield—Richfield, H. G. Snyder 
Richland—Grace, Church & Park Sts., L. 

D. Loos 

Richlandtown—St. John’s, Main St., G. E. 
Herbert 

Richmond Furnace—St. Luke’s, J. W. 
Moyer 

Ridgeville—St. James, T. G. Jones 
Ridgway—Evangelical & Reformed, 412 
Ash St., H. L. Hess 

Riegelsville—St. John, Easton Road, S. J. 
Kirk 

Rife—Zion Union, E. E. Ehrhart 
Rimersburg—Jerusalem, G. A. Robb 
Ringtown—St. Paul’s, E. Main St., H. A. 
Breininger 

Roaring Spring—Christ, E. Main St. 
Robesonia—St. Paul’s, E. A. Decli 
Rockwood—Trinity, Main & Market Sts., 
A. J. Miller 

Rohrerstown—Salem, Main St. 

Roxbury—Trinity 

Royersford—First, Washington St. & 4th 
Ave., F. P. Watts 
Ruffsdale—Christ, R. V. Johnson 
Russellville—St. Paul’s, C. R. Masters 
Sacramento—St. Paul’s, P. W. Yoh 
Sadler—St. John’s, J. E. Gindlesperger 
Saegerstown—Mercy 

Saegersville—Heidelberg, T. H. Bachman 
St. Clair—St. John’s, 40 S. Front St., R. K. 
Todd 

St. Johns—St. John’s 

?t. Petersburg—St. Peter’s 

Thomas—Trinity, E. M. Hawk 
Salina—Salina 

Salisbury—St. John’s, I. S. Monn 


Salona—Salona, J. B. Zinn 
nr Sand Patch—Grace, J. E. Dobbs 
Sassamansville—Sassaman’s, W. C. Mantz 
Saxton—Trinity, Church St., T. M. Burns, 
Jr. 

Saylorsburg—Mt. Eaton, A. A. Bohner 
Schaefferstowm—St. Paul’s, A. R. Bachman 
Schellsburg—St. John’s, L. A. Peeler 
Schellsville—St. Maria, S. R. Kresge 
Schuylkill Haven— 

First, 48 Centre Ave., D. R. Keener 
St. John’s, 121 E. Main, M. T. Schaeffer 
Schwenksville—Heidelberg, Perkiomen Ave. 
& 2nd St. 

Sciota—Christ Hamilton, A. A. Bohner 
Scottdale—Trinity, 106 Chestnut St., J. F. 

Painter 
Scranton— 

First, 128 N. Bromley Ave., L. C. F. 
Miller 

Trinity, Prospect Ave. at Beech St., B. 

E. Ivurkowski 

Seemsville—St. Peter’s, G. J. Laubach 
Selinsgrove—St. Paul’s, Market & Mill Sts., 
O. W. Nace 
nr Selinsgrove— 

St. Paul’s, H. G. Snyder 
Salem, F. A. Reigle 
Zion, F. A. Reigle 

Sellersville—St. Paul’s, 104 Green St., C. 

F. S. Billmyer 

Seven Valleys—Zion’s (Shaffer’s), P. D. 
Yoder 

nr Seven Valleys—St. Peter’s 
Shamokin— 

St. John’s, 115 N. 8th St., H. C. Baer 
Salem, Pine & Cedar Sts., L. C. Brum¬ 
baugh 

Shanksville—St. John, A. E. Master 
Sharon—St. Paul’s, Sharpsville Ave., J. H. 

Sharpsburg—St. John’s, 8th & Clay Sts., 
R. C. Steele 

Sharpsville—Grace, Main & Walnut Sts., 
W. H. Cogley 

Shartlesville—Frieden’s, F. W. Ruth 
Shenandoah—Trinity, Lloyd St. bet. Jar- 
din & West, S. A. Moyer 
Sheppton—St. James, Main St., F. J. Heck¬ 
man 

Shillington—Immanuel, Washington St. & 
New Holland Ave., T. W. Rhoads 
Shippensburg—Grace, Prince & E. Orange 
Sts., P. W. Seiwell 

Shoemakersville—St. Luke’s, M. A. May 
Shoenersville—Christ, G. J. Laubach 
Shrewsbury—St. Paul, J. E. Gindlesperger 
Shuman’s—St. Peter’s, H. A. Breininger 
Sinking Spring—St. John’s, Penn Ave., T. 
W. Rhoads 

nr Sinking Spring—Kissinger’s 
Skippack—Trinity, Church Rd., E. S. 
DeChant 

Slatedale—Trinity, R. J. Urffer 
Slatington—St. John’s, 17 Second St., R. 
M. Paine 

nr Slatington—Friedens, R. J. Urffer 
Slocum—Mt. Zion 

Smith Station—Bethel, H. M. Light 
Snyders—Zion, W. W. Moyer 
Somerset—St. Paul’s, W. Union & Edge- 
wood, G. L. Roth 

Souderton—Zwingli, 311 Main St., A. M. 
Rahn 

nr Souderton—Immanuel’s, C. W. Buffing¬ 
ton 

South Bend—St. Jacob’s 
South Perkasie—St. Andrew’s, 615 E. Wal¬ 
nut St., N. E. Schellenberger 
Spangsville—Salem, E. G. Wolford 
nr Spinnerstown—Great Swamp (Trinity), 
W. J. Rupp 

Sprankle Mills—St. John’s 
Spring City— 

First, Chestnut St., G. O. Adams 
St. Vincent, Ridge Rd., M. R. Schmidt 
nr Spring City—Browmbacks, L. J. Sandt 

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Springdale—Magyar, 1037 Keene St. 
Springfield Twp.—Old Media Road, St. 
Paul’s, R. J. Keen 

Spring Glen—St. Matthew’s (Coleman’s), 
R. J. Harrity 

Spring Grove—Mt. Zion, Main & Constitu¬ 
tion Ave., E. J. Sykes, Jr. 
nr Spring Grove— 

St. Peter’s, P. F. Glassmoyer 
Trinity, J. S. Royer 
Spring Mills—Grace, L. E. Bair, Jr. 
nr Spring Mills—Salem, A. F. Dietz 
Starview—Christ, C. L. Osenbacli 
State College—Faith, E. College Ave. & 
Miles St., A. S. Asendorf 
State Line—Trinity, Center Square, M. F. 
Sollinger 

Steelton—First, 2nd & Swatara Sts., C. L. 
Noss 

Steltz—Bethlehem, J. E. Gindlesperger 
Stier—Bethany, J. O. Reagle 
Stone Church—Christ, J. O. Reagle 
Stone Valley—Zion, R. T. Schellhase 
Stoverstown—St. Paul’s, F. F. Glassmoyer 
Stowe— 

Hungarian, T. Csikesz 
St. Paul’s, Glasgow’ & Linden Sts., P. C. 
Scheirer 

Stoystown—St. Paul’s, J. S. Carr 
nr Stoystown—Mt. Tabor, J. S. Carr 
Strausstown—Zion’s, F. W. Rutli 
Strawberry Ridge—Trinity, R. W. Johnson 
Stroudsburg—Zion, N. 8th St., F. H. Blatt 
Summit Hill—St. Paul’s, Chestnut & Haz¬ 
ard Sts., E. W. Kohler 
nr Summit Station— 

St. Mark’s, A. L. Zechman 
St. Paul’s, A. L. Zechman 
Sumneytow’n—Friedens (Union), R. A. Haas 
Sunbury—First, 142 Chestnut St., S. E. 
Mackey 

nr Sunbury (Brush Valley)—Lantz. A. Iv. 
Helmbold 

Sw'artzville—Muddy Creek, J. F. Smeltzer 
Sw’iftwater—St. Paul’s 
Tamaqua— 

St. John’s, Biddle & Pine Sts., A. D. 
Knoebel 

Trinity, Lafayette & Washington Sts., 
J. A. Kleinginna 
Tannersville—Grace 

Tatamy—St. Peter’s, 4th & Broad Sts., F. 
R. Shafer 

Taylor—St. Paul’s, 401 W. Grove St., *J. G. 
Reed 

Telford—Trinity, 111 Main, C. W. Buffing¬ 
ton 

Temple—Christ, Cor. Kutztown Rd. & 
Euclid Ave., J. C. Shetler 
Terre Hill—Center, Church St., W. S. 
Brendle 

nr Thomasville—Paradise, J. S. Royer 
Tinicum—Lower Tinicum, V. Steinberg 
Titusville—St. Paul’s, Franklin & Brooks 
Sts., J. C. Cameron 

Topton—St. Peter’s, Spruce and Franklin 
Sts., F. D. Slifer 
Towamencin Twp.—Christ 
Tower City—Trinity, 400 E. Grand Ave., 
V. A. Ruth 

Trachsville—Jerusalem, A. P. Albright 
Transfer—Zion’s, E. R. Fabian 
Trappe—St. Luke’s, 200 Main St., A. C. Ohl 
nr Trauger—St. Paul’s, A. H. K. Hoshauer 
Tremont—St. Peter’s, E. H. Lutz 
Trevorton—Trinity, Coal & 8th St., T. F. 
Rissinger 

Trexlertown—St. Paul's, R. D. Althouse 
Troutville—Trinity, R. C. Heintz 
Troxelville—Grace, H. B. Zechman 
Trumbauersville—Christ, G. R. Winters 
Tuckerton—Good Shepherd, J. R. Rother- 
mel 

Tulpehocken—St. John’s (Host), E. A. 
Dech 

Turbotville—Trinity, Church St., C. F. 
Glass 


Turtle Creek — Calvary, 125 Shaw Ave., F. 
X. Pirazzini 

Tuscarora —Zion, J. R. Gulick 
Tusseyville —Emmanuel, L. E. Bair, Jr. 
Tylersville —St. John’s, R. D. Abernethy 
Union Deposit—Union, Main St.. S. R. 
Kresge 

Uniontown —Hungarian, 206 S. Mount Ver¬ 
non St., A. L. Bernath 
Upton — St. Stephen's, E. M. Hawk 
Urban — St. Paul’s, J. M. Singer 
Vandergrift—First, 248 Franklin Ave., C. 
H. Kichline 

Vintondale — Hungarian, 345 Main St., S. 
Papmeder 

Walbert —Jordan, G. L. Harting 
Walnutport —Christ, Main St., R. H. Kling- 
aman 

Wapwmllopen —St. John’s 
Warren — Emanuel, Pennsylvania Ave., E. at 
Alson St., J. A. Borger 
Watsontow’n — Trinity, Sixth & Main Sts., 
V. A. Ruth 
Waynesboro — 

St. Paul, 18 S. Potomac St., H. K. Haines 
Trinity, 18 W. North St., G. H. Bricker 
and G. H. Bitner 

nr Waynesboro—Salem, G. H. Bricker 
Weatherly —Salem, First & Fell Sts. 
nr Weatherly— St. Matthew 
Weisel—St. Peter’s, Bethlehem Rd., N. E. 
Schellenberger 

Weissport—Jacob’s, Franklin St.. G. M. 
Smith 

Wellersburg— Zion, F. D. Oberkircher 
Werners ville— 

First, Penn Ave. 

St. John’s (Hain’s), R. E. Starr 
Wessnerville— Friedens, A. L. Brumbach 
West Cameron— St. Peter’s, T. F. Rissinger 
West Hazleton— 

Christ’s Memorial, W. Madison Ave. & 
Allen St., R. H. Aulenbach 
St. Paul’s, Cor. Broad & 5th Sts. 
nr West Leesport— 

Bern, P. P. Haas 
Epier’s 

West Milton—St. Paul’s, High St.. T. B. 
Musser 

West Point—Grace, Garfield St., R. L. 
Folk 

West Reading — St. James, 7th & Penn Ave., 
J. B. Landis 
Wilkes-Barre— 

First, 500 S. Franklin St., C. O. Trexler 
St. Luke’s, N. Main at Hollenback Ave., 
F. R. Daugherty 

Wilkinsburg— Trinity, Coal & Rebecca Sts., 
E. R. Corman 

Williamsburg— Trinity, Third St., W. 
Horosz 

Williamson—St. Paul’s, E. M. Hawk 
Williamsport— 

Immanuel Ev. Luth., 214 E. 3rd St., H. 
M. Strub 

St. Johns, 701 Packer St., H. C. Moyer, Jr. 
Willow Street— Willow Street, E. M. 

Spangler 

Windber— Hungarian, 402 Somerset Ave., 
L. Szabo 

Wind Gap—Trinity, A. S. Leiby 
Windsor Castle— Zion, G. Flinchbaugh 
nr Winfield— St. John’s, P. R. Wright 
Womelsdorf—• 

Bethany Orphans’ Home, R. S. Vande- 
vere 

Zion, Second & High Sts., H. J. Miller 
Worcester— Wentz’s, R. L. Folk 
Woxall—Old Goshenhoppen, R. A. Haas 
Wyomissing — Bausman Memorial, 7 Trent 
Ave., R. C. Billmyer 
Yatesboro—St. Pauls 
nr Yatesboro—Salem, R. C. Strine 
Yellow Creek— St. Paul’s, E. P. Senft 
York — 

Bethany, 800 W. Princess, H. L. Rice 


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Emmanuel, 815 E. Market St., O. S. 
Hartman 

Faith, Elm Terrace & Pacific Ave., A. C. 
Robinson 

Grace, N. Hartley & Park Sts., I. A. 
Raubenhold 

Heidelberg, 47 W. Philadelphia St., N. C. 
Brown 

Memorial, 240 S. Queen, J. A. Fryer 
St. Stephen’s, 1569 W. Market St., V. H. 
Baum 

Trinity First, 32 W. Market St., C. E. 
Blum 

Zion, Cleveland Ave. & Lafayette Sts., 
A. L. Grove 
nr York— 

Locust Grove, R. E. Shaffer 
Mt. Zion, C. L. Osenbach 
Shiloh, R. W. Limbert 
Wolfs—St. Paul 

York New Salem—St. Jacob’s, F. F. Glass- 
moyer 

Youngwood—First, 13 S. 4th St., C. J. 
Rote 

Yukon—Grace, G. R. Geisler 
Zelienople—St. Peter’s, Grandview Ave., R. 
F. Harting 

Zerbe—St. John’s, E. H. Lutz 
Zion—Zion 

Zion View—Quickel’s, C. L. Osenbach 


SOUTH DAKOTA 


Alpena — Ebenezer, H. K. Hartmann 

Artas — Artas 

nr Artas — Friedens 

Delmont — Bethany 

nr Delmont — New Salem 

Elkton — Peace, 4th & Buffalo Sts., J. E. 

Kleffmann 
Emery — Hope 
Eureka — Petersburg 
nr Eureka — 

Calvin 

Gluckstal 

Freeman— 

Bethlehem 

Freeman 

nr Freeman — Johannisthal 
Garretson — Unity, A. Mast 
Herreid — Herreid 
Highmore — Hope 
Hosmer — Hosmer 
nr Hosmer — Neudorf 
Isabel — 

Hope 

Salem 

Leola — Oranien 

Long Lake — Sarons 

Marion — Bethel, H. A. Hartmann 

Menno — 

Ebenezer, E. Kaempchen 
Salem, E. Kaempchen 
Saron, E. Kaempchen 
nr Menno — Zion 
Nisland — Peace, G. T. Zucher 
nr Reliance — Hope, H. K. Hartmann 
Scotland — Bethany, H. Heinbuch 
Tripp — 

Friedens, W. E. Odenbach 
Zion 

nr Tripp — 

Bethel, W. E. Odenbach 
Bethel, N. E. 

Immanuel, W. E. Odenbach 
Tulare — Salem 
Turtle Creek — St. John’s 
nr Wessington Springs — Hope, H. K. 
Hartmann 


TENNESSEE 


Belvidere—First 

Nashville—First, 1212 9th Ave. N. 


TEXAS 


Beasley—Frieden’s, R. E. Huber 
nr Ben Arnold—St. James, F. C. Anderson 
Birch—Salem, H. M. Nottrott 
Burlington—St. John’s, F. C. Anderson 
Burton—St. John’s, E. H. Schwengel 
Cego—St. Paul, F. H. Horak 
Cibolo—St. Paul, O. J. Krueger 
nr Clifton (Womack)—Zion 
Corpus Christi—St. Paul's, 502 Minnesota 
St. 

Coupland—St. Peter's, R. Mohr 
nr Cypress—Christ 

Dallas—St. Paul’s, Texas & Florence Sts., 
M. P. Kniker 

Fort Worth—St John’s, 908 Pennsylvania 
Ave., A. J. Helm 

Gay Hill—Friedens, William Wuerz 
Gerald—St. Paul’s, J. G. Mueller 
Geronimo—Friedens, R. F. Kuretsch 
nr Hockley—Trinity 
Houston— 

Bethel, 4810 Center St., C. McNelly 
Christ, Canal & N. Delmar Sts., A. B. 
Meyer 

First, 1311 Holman Ave., D. Baltzer 
Kurten—Zion 

nr Kyle—Uhland, St. John’s, P. R. O. 
Daussman 

nr Kyle—St. John’s 
nr Lewisville—Friedens 
Lockhart—Christ, 764 S. Main* St., E. H. 
Wierth 

nr Lorena—Zion, F. H. Horak 
Lyons—Immanuel, H. M. Nottrott 
nr Marion—Redeemer 
nr Marlin—St. Paul’s, *A. Dumin 
Mound Prairie—St. Stephen’s, H. M. Not¬ 
trott 

Needville—Immanuel, W. E. Scholze 
New Bielau—Trinity, C. Emigholz 
New Braunfels—First, S. Seguin & W. Coll 
Sts., C. D. Burkle 

Orange Grove—Luther, C. J. Freudenberg 
nr Otto—St. John’s, E. M. Schaefer 
nr Poth—Friedens 

Richland—St. John’s Evan. Luth., E. O. 
Eiben 

Riesel—Peace, P. A. Mohr 
Robinson—St. John’s, C. H. Kluge 
Rosenberg—St. John’s, R. E. Huber 
Rowena—Zoar, O. P. Schroerluke 
San Antonio— 

Bethany, 611 E. Myrtle St. 

Community, 550 Canton St. 

Schulenburg—St. Paul’s, W. C. Anderson 
Seguin—Cross, Bauer & Krezcorn Sts., R. 
R. Mueller 

Spring—Immanuel. H. G. Borne 
Spring Branch—-St. Peter, W. J. Luthe 
nr Tynan—Peace, C. J. Frudenberg 
Waco—Zion, 629 S. 8th St., P. A. Kluge 
Washington—Friedens, P. Piepenbrok 
Weimar—Evangelical Luth., C. Emigholz 
West—St. Peter’s, J. G. Mueller 
White Oak—St. John’s Ev. Luth., W. J. 
Luthe 

Woodsboro—Christ, 317 Wood Ave., F. L. 
Woelke 


VIRGINIA 


Arlington—Bethel, 4347 Lee Blvd. 
Bridgew r ater—St. Michael’s, L. O. Carbaugh 
Conicville—Christ, T. Lehmann 
Edinburg—St. Paul, High St., T. Lehmann 
Fisher’s Hill—Emmanuel, H. A. Behrens 
Hamburg—St. John, T. Lehmann 
Harrisonburg—St. Stephen’s, Cor. S. Main 
& Campbell Sts., P. V. Helm, Jr. 
Lovettsville—St. James, N. H. Fravel 
McGaheysville—Brown Memorial. L. O. 
Carbaugh 


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nr Middlebrook — St John’s 
Mt. Crawford — 

Friedens, L. O. Carbaugh 
Trinity, W. H. Groff 

Mt. Jackson — Emmanuel, W. R. Hartzell 
nr Mt. Jackson — 

Grace, W. R. Hartzell 
St. John’s, W. R. Hartzell 
Pocahontas — Hungarian, J. Marsalko 
Richmond—St. John’s, Franklin at Lom¬ 
bardy St., A. W. Newell 
Roanoke — St. Paul’s, Maple Ave. & Jef¬ 
ferson St., S.W., F. G. Traut 
Rockland Mills—St. Paul, \V. II. Groff 
Timberville — Trinity, E. M. Alcorn 
nr Timberville — St. Luke’s, E. M. Alcorn 
Toms Brook — St. John, H. A. Behrens 
Weyers Cave — St. Andrew, W. H. Groff 
Winchester — Centenary, 202 S. Cameron St., 
S. L. Flickinger 

Woodstock — St. Paul’s, E. A. Lauten- 
schlager 

nr Woodstock — Mt. Calvary, E. A. Lauten- 
sclilager 


WASHINGTON 

Everett—Zion, 2208 Baker, E. J. Becker 

Quincy—Ebenezer 

Seattle— 

Broadview, 125th & Phinney Ave., C. F. 
Sturm 

St. Paul’s, 12th Ave., N. W. & W. 05th 
St., T. H. Van Dyck 

Tacoma—Emanuel, Ev. Luth., S. 23rd & 
Cushman, E. Tischhauser 
Toppenish—Zions Ev. Luth., Adams Ave., 
C. Warber 

Walla Walla—Peace, 3rd Ave. S. & W. 
Maple St., D. K. Schmidt 


WEST VIRGINIA 

American Ridge—Immanuel 
Gary—Hungarian, J. Marsalko 
Kearneysville—Grace, M. T. Hamm 
Logan—Logan Hungarian, J. Marsalko 
Martinsburg—Christ, 119-123 E. Burke St., 
A. M. Gluck 

Morgantown—Hungarian, A. L. Bernath 
nr New Martinsville—Immanuel 
Shepherdstown—Christ, Main St., M. T. 

Hamm 
Wheeling— 

St. John’s, Cor. 22nd & Chapline Sts., 
W. J. Hausmann 

St. Paul’s, 38th & Wood Sts., E. E. Noll 
St Stephens, 36tli & Eoff Sts., C. L. Adel- 
sperger 


WISCONSIN 

Ackerville — St. Paul’s, L. C. Boeker 
nr Ackerville — St. John’s, L. C. Boeker 
Ada—Bethel, W. C. Koehler 
Albany — Zwingli, H. E. Norenberg 
Alma — St. Paul’s 

Antigo—Antigo, G19 Deleglise St., E. A. 
Mayer 

Appleton—St. John, 835 W. College Ave., 
A. Guenther 

Arpin—St. John’s. E. A. Becker 
Athens — Christ, H. Heutzenroeder 
Barneveld — Zwingli 

Beechwood — St. John’s, B. M. Fresenborg 
Belleville — First, H. E. Norenberg 
nr Black Creek—St. John’s, E. D. Rodel 
Black River Falls — 

Immanuel, 8th & Van Buren Sts., W. F. 
Koehler 


Winnebago Indian Mission, B. Stucki, M. 
Whiterabbit and J. W. Grether 
Boltonville — St. Johns, B. M. Fresenborg 
Brillion — Friedens, R. W. Kluge 
Brookfield Twp. — Trinity, E. R. Wull- 
schleger 

Browntown — Peace, W. H. Waeckerle 
Byron Twp. — Bethel, K. Koehler 
Calumet Harbor — St. Paul’s 
Campbellsport — Campbellsport, L. Stock- 
meier 

Cecil — St. John’s, F. II. Eversman 
Chilton — Ebenezer, 110 Reed St., O. M. Eg¬ 
bert 

Cicero Twp. — St. John’s, E. D. Rodel 
Cochrane — Hope 
Colby — First, F. P. Puhlmann 
Curtiss — Peace, F. P. Puhlmann 
Dale — Zion, V. O. Grosshuesch 
Dane — Immanuel, W. F. Baumann 
Darlington — Immanuel, Cor. Louisa & Ohio 
Sts., M. E. Schroer 

Dorchester — Peace, Second St., F. W. Kol- 
lath 

Edgar — St. Paul’s 

Elkhart Lake — Community, P. A. Olm 
nr Ellsworth — St. Paul’s, C. H. Zeyher 
Fall Creek — Peace, Wisconsin St. 

Fillmore — St. Martin’s, N. J. Dechant 
Fond du Lac — Peace, 158 S. Military Rd., 
K. Koehler 

Fort Atkinson — Friedens, 108 E. Milwau¬ 
kee Ave., C. F. Hamrnen 
Fountain City — St. John’s, M. C. Witmer 
nr Fremont — Hope, V. O. Grosshuesch 
nr Germantown — St. John’s, G. Grether 
Green Bay — First, Pine & Webster, E. J. 
Busse 

Greenwood — Zion 
nr Greenwood— 

Immanuel 

Salem 

Hales Corners—Emanuel’s, 10627 W. Forest 
Home Ave., P. H. G. Olm 
Harrisburg — First, V. G. Schultz 
Hartford — St. John’s, 224 W. State St., W. 
H. Siebert 

Humbird — St. John’s 
Jackson — 

Peace, H. R. Reiners 
Friedens, Z. E. Pautz 
St. Peter’s, Z. E. Pautz 
Juneau — St. Stephen’s, 181 N. Main St., W. 
H. Oelrich 

Ivaukauna—Immanuel, 218 6th St., J. 
Scheib 

Ivewaskum — Peace, F. L. Rodenbeck 
Kiel — -St. Peter, 424 Fremont St., E. L. 
Worthman 

Kohler — Grace, School & Oakley Sts., A. A. 
Duchow 

Kohlsville — St. John’s 

La Crosse — St. John’s, West Ave. & Mar¬ 
ket St., R. L. Ivuether 
nr La Crosse — Trinity, Mormon Coulee lid., 

E. J. Moritz 

Lancaster — Bethlehem, Madison & Oak, J. 

F. M. Doellefeld 

La Pointe—St. John’s, O. W. Schroedel 

Liberty Ridge — St. Paul’s 

Lowell— First, H. C. Lehman 

Madison — Memorial, 1510 Madison St., W. 

A. Schultz 
Manitowoc — 

First, 1009 S. 9th St., A. C. Fischer and 
R. P. Schmitz 

St. John’s, 15th & Marshall Sts., P. IL 
Blaufuss 

nr Manitowoc — Salem Ebenezer, K. J. 
Stuebbi 

Marinette — Peace, 933 Elizabeth Ave. 
Marshfield — St. Paul’s, 4th & Vine, G. E. 
Behrens 

Mason — St. Paul’s, O. W. Schroedel 
Medford — Community, E. Broadway, F. W. 
Kollath 


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Menomonee Falls—St. Paul, 205 N. Fond 
du Lac Ave., H. A. Crusius 
Merrill—St. Stephen’s, 901 2nd St., W. W. 
Yogelmann 

nr Merrill—St. Paul’s, W. W. Yogelmann 
Merton—St. John’s, Main St., G. P. Frohne 
Milan—St. John’s, H. Heutzenroeder 
Milwaukee— 

Bethany, 2878 N. 54th St., A. H. Schultz 
Bethel, 2301-2315 N. 38th St., W. C. Don¬ 
ald, II and O. Schulze 
Christ, 915 E. Oklahoma Ave.. A. G. 
Gonser 

Faith, 2576 N. 5th St., A. S. Koshewa 
Friedens, N. 13th St. & \V. Juneau Ave., 
\V. H. Schlinkmann 
Grace, 3438 N. 24th St., A. Friz 
Grace, 2944 N. 9th St., J. C. Gieser 
Hungarian, 812 E. Russell Ave. 

Immanuel, 2677 N. 19th St., P. T. Bratzel 
Immanuel, Sherman Blvd. & Wright St., 
F. J. Erdey 

Peace Memorial, N. 124th St. & W. Capital 
Drive, T. P. Frohne 

St. Paul’s, 2024 S. 24th St., W. G. Rath 
Salem, 2700 W. Brown St., F. A. Lud- 

Tabor, Cor. N. 8th St. & W. Keefe Ave., 
R. J. Kalwitz 

Trinity, 2375 N. Fourth St., R. E. Gruenke 
Zion, 1418-24 W. Greenfield Ave., R. A. 

Ley 

Monroe—St. John’s, 1724 14th St.. P. C. 
Ivehle 

Monticello—Zwingli, A. R. Achtemeier 
Mt. Vernon—Zwingli, Z. E. Pautz 
Neenah—Immanuels, 310 E. Doty Ave., O. 
J. Sclieib 

Neillsville—Zion, 5th & Clay Sts., W. F. 
Koehler 

New Glarus—Swiss, W. J. Stuckey 
New Holstein—St. John’s, 2242 State St., 
J. R. Seidler 
Oshkosh— 

Emmanuel, 747 S. Park Ave., E. Becker 
First, 11th & Minnesota Sts., A. A. Meus- 
sling 

St. Paul’s, 247 Parkway, T. Irion 
nr Oshkosh— 

New Bethel, E. Becker 
New Elm, A. A. Meussling 
Paoli—Zwingli, H. E. Norenberg 
Pewaukee—Salem, H. G. Settlage 
Plymouth—Salem, 441 Smith St., H. H. Ley 
Portage—Trinity, Cor. Prospect Ave. & W. 

Wisconsin St., S. S. Huesemann 
Porterfield—First 

Port Washington—Friedens, 453 N. Harri¬ 
son 

Potter—Peace, W. J. Mueller 
nr Prairie du Sac—Zion, V. G. Schultz 
nr Prescott—St. John’s, W. A. Werth 
Racine—Hungarian, 1300 Milwaukee Ave. 
Random Lake—St. John’s, C. O. Schroer 
Reedsville—Friedens, R. W. Kluge 
Reeseville—First, J. Heinbuch 
Rice Lake—Zwingli, 108 E. Barker St., C. 
A. Koch 

Richfield—St. Jacobi, C. W. Franz 
Ripon—First, Scott St., E. E. Schieler 
nr Rockfield— 

Christ, C. W. Franz 
Zoar, H. Muehleisen 

Sauk City—First, 403 Madison, W. M. 
Bixler 

Saukville—St. Peter’s, H. E. Totzke 
Schofield—Peace, 1006 Grand Ave., C. H. 
Nagel 

Shawano—Peace, 500 S. Sawyer St., A. W. 

Klumb 
Sheboygan— 

Ebenezer, 1556 N. 16th St., J. A. Gerber 
St. John’s, Lincoln Ave. & N. 13th St., 
A. Grollmus 

St. Paul’s, 2116 Wedemeyer St., M. P. 
Lehman 

Zion, 6th St. & Erie Ave., C. H. Koehler 


nr Sheboygan Falls—Saron, A. G. Schmid 
Silver Creek—St. Paul’s, B. M. Fresenborg 
Slinger—St. John’s, R. C. Volkert 
South Milwaukee—St. Luke’s, 9th & Madi¬ 
son, P. J. Kaiser 

Spring Valley—St. James, C. G. Schmahl 
Stevens Point—Peace, 128 Dixon St., E. II. 
Vornholt 

nr Stratford—Ebenezer, G. E. Behrens 

Sussex—Zion 

Tell—St. Luke’s 

Town Centerville—St. John’s 

Town Herman— 

Immanuel, E. M. DeBulir 
St. John’s, W. G. Schultz 
Town Hoard—Bethany 
Town Lowell—Second, J. Heinbuch 
Town Marion—Immanuel 
Town Mosel— 

St. Mark’s, C. G. Schmahl 
St. Paul’s, W. C. Beckmann 
Town of Erin—St. Paul’s, G. P. Frohne 
Town of Scott—St. Paul, S. S. Huesemann 
Town of Wayne—St. Paul, W. H. Waec- 
kerle 

Town Rhine— 

St. Peter’s, A. F. Selmikeit 
Zoar 

Town Russell—St. Paul’s, K. J. Ernst 
Town Schleswig—Bethlehem, W. C. Koehler 
Town Sheboygan Falls—Salem, O. A. 
Menke 

Town Washington—Reformation, A. R. 
Achtemeier 

Verona—Salem, Z. E. Pautz 

Watertown—First, 500 Cole St., L. A. 

Riesch 
Waubeka— 

Community, N. J. Dechant 
St. Paul’s, H. E. Totzke 
Waukesha—First, 417 Wisconsin Ave, R. 

P. Ley 
Wausau— 

Grace, 533 S. 3rd Ave., J. C. Rosenau 
St. Paul’s, 430 Washington St., W. H. 
Ortwein 

Wauwatosa—St. Paul’s, 1510 N. 70th St.. 
R. M. A. Gadow 

Wayne—Salem, C. F. Flueckinger 
West Bend—Immanuel, 5th & Walnut Sts., 
H. W. Baumer 

Wisconsin Rapids—St. John’s, 4th & Mar¬ 
ket Sts., E. A. Becker 


WYOMING 


Laramie—St. Paul’s, 602 Garfield St., J. E. 

McCormick 
Lingle—St. Paul’s 

Riverton—St. Paul Evan. Luth., Adam St., 
J. W. Schnackenberg 

Wheatland—Bethlehem, Oak & 14th Sts., 
J. W. Frank 

Worland—Zion Evan. Lutheran, 617 Grace 
St., A. P. Schnatz 


CANADA 


Brown, Man.—Emmanuel, A. H. Roemer 
nr Duff, Sask.—Peace, C. Fried 
nr Duffield, Alta.—Mewassin 
Fort Saskatchewan, Alta.—Peace, J. F. 
Krieger 

nr Grenfell, Sask.—St. John’s, C. Fried 
Morden, Man.—Zion, A. H. Roemer 
Neudorf, Sask.—Zion, C. Fried 
Snyder, Ontario—St. John’s, J. S. Hueb- 
schmann 

nr Stony Plain, Alta.—Hope 
Vegreville, Alta.—H. B. Roemer 
Salem, Martins 
Zion, Brush Hill 

Winnipeg, Man.—Salem, Cor. Burrows Ave. 

& Andrews St., C. D. Maurer 
Wolseley, Sask.—Bethany, C. Fried 


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The Presidents 

OF THE THIRTY-FOUR SYNODS 

A NEW all-time high in the annals of the united Church was estab¬ 
lished in connection with the spring meetings of the Synods when 19 
new presidents were elected to office. The highest previous turnover 
was 16 in 1947. Of the 19, 11 were advanced from the office of vice-president. 
The fact that they have “gone through the chairs” should stand them in 
good stead in performing the manifold duties of their office. Of the 19, 4 
took the place of presidents who transferred to other Synods while still in 
office. Seven presidents were elected to succeed themselves and are now 
serving their second term. 

The terms of 12 presidents expired with the spring meetings, 5 having 
served for one term and 7 for two terms of two years each. The only full* 
time president is now in the last year of his four year term. 

The pictures of the presidents, together with their addresses and the 
Synods they serve, are given herewith. Their complete addresses may be 
found in the Register of Ministers, and the Rosters of the Synods indicate 
the extent of their jurisdiction. 

“The president of a Synod shall have been a member of the Synod for 
not less than three years and a minister of the Church for not less than 
five years. . . . The term of office for the officers of the Synod shall be 
two years. After two full terms of office the president and vice-president 
shall not be eligible to succeed themselves.” (By-laws, Art. 5, Sec. 57.) 



Rev. Ruben H. Huenemann Rev. Gerald W. Dieter 

Lodi, Calif. Lewistown, Pa. 

CALIFORNIA SYNOD CENT. PENNA. SYNOD 



Rev. W alter E. Odenbach 
Tripp, S. Dak. 
DAKOTA SYNOD 



Rev. Frank W. Teske, D.D. 
Easton, Pa. 

EAST. PENNA. SYNOD 


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Rev. Joseph M. Newgard 
Wilton Junction, Iowa 
IOWA SYNOD 


Rev. Robert C. Kienle 
Kansas City, Mo. 
KANSAS CITY SYNOD 




Rev. James W. Moyer 
Mercersburg, Pa. 
MERCERSBURG SYNOD 







Rev. Victor P. Fkohne 
La Porte, Ind. 

MICHIGAN-INDIANA SYNOD 



Rev. Lewis G. Marx 
Harvard, Nebr. 
NEBRASKA SYNOD 



Rev. Raymond F. Frankenfeld 
Washington, Mo. 
MISSOURI VALLEY SYNOD 



Rev. Russell D. Custer 
Milltown, N. J. 
NEW YORK SYNOD 



Rev. Richard A. Mensendiek 
Lorain, Ohio 

NORTHEAST OHIO SYNOD 


Rev. Victor W. Grupe 
Faribault, Minn. 
NORTHERN SYNOD 


112 






Rev. Karl H. Meyer, D.D. 
Chicago, Ill. 

NORTH ILLINOIS SYNOD 



Rev. Julius C. Rosexau 
Wausau, Wis. 

NORTH WISCONSIN SYNOD 



Rev. James W. Bright, D.D. 
Norristown, Pa. 
PHILADELPHIA SYNOD 



Rev. C. Kent Chidester 
Toledo, Ohio 

NORTHWEST OHIO SYNOD 



Rev. E. Tischhauser 
Tacoma, Wash. 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST SYNOD 



Rev. Emory M. Dietrich, D.D. 
East McKeesport, Pa. 
PITTSBURGH SYNOD 


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Rev. J. Edmund Lippy 
Westminster, Md. 
POTOMAC SYNOD 



Rev. Paul T. Slinghoff, D.D. 
Reading, Pa. 
READING SYNOD 



Rev. William Reitzer, Th.D. 

Ft. Collins, Colo. 
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SYNOD 



Rev. Otto R. Gerber, D.D. 
Massillon, Ohio 
SOUTHEAST OHIO SYNOD 



Rev. Aubrey W. Hedrick 
Thomasville, N. C. 
SOUTHERN SYNOD 



Rev. Fred C. Allrich 
Highland, Ill. 

SOUTH ILLINOIS SYNOD 


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Rev. Paul J. Schlueter 
Louisville, Ky. 
SOUTH INDIANA SYNOD 



Rev. Albert G. Gonser 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
SOUTH WISCONSIN SYNOD 



Rev. Gustav J. Krumm 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
SOUTHWEST OHIO SYNOD 



Rev. Carl 0. Trexler 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
SUSQUEHANNA SYNOD 



Rev. Heinrich F. J. Rest 
New Orleans, La. 
TEXAS SYNOD 



Rev. Julius W. Kuck 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

WEST NEW YORK SYNOD 








Rosters of the Synods 

These Rosters are furnished by the Secretary of the Church, Dr. W. Sherman 
Kerschner, and have been corrected to September 15, 1951. Except for the latest 
changes, they are correct according to information available. All changes 
of address or in the records of ministers and congregations must be sent to the 
secretary of the Church (By-Laws, Sec. 87f). 

Designations of Ministers without Charge 

E — Emeriti, retired or disabled 
G — In Christian service, but outside the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church 
I — Inactive, in secular work 
L — Licentiates 
M — Missionaries abroad 

An asterisk (*) before the name of a minister or a congregation indicates that that 
minister or that congregation has not yet been received into full membership in our 
Church. 


Ch—Chaplains in the Army and Navy 

D—Those in denominational work—officers, 
secretaries, editors, presidents and pro¬ 
fessors of educational institutions, super¬ 
intendents of benevolent institutions, of 
the Evangelical and Reformed Church 


CALIFORNIA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1952) 

President, Rev. Ruben H. Huenemann. 427 
W. Oak St., Lodi, Calif.: Vice-President. 

Rev. John W. Flucke, D.D., S717 7th Ave., 
Inglewood 4, Calif.; Secretary, Rev. William 
H. Ruhl, 514 58th St., Oakland 9. Calif.; 
Treasurer, Mr. William Kretschmer, 735 W. 
llfitli St., Los Angeles, Calif.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. Arthur D. Mettler, R. 1, Box 422, 
Lodi, Calif. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Arizona 

1. Casa Grande, Evangelical: Vacant 

California 

2. Inglewood, Morningside Community, 

John W. Flucke. D.D. 

3. Lodi, Zion, Ruben H. Huenemann 

4. Long Beach, The Parkway (Zion), 

Arlie W. Hoelscher 
Los Angeles: 

5. City Terrace Community, Theo. G. 

Papsdorf. Supply 

6. First, William Thiel. Supply 

7. First Hungarian, Anthony Szabo 

8. St. John’s, Charles J. Bruesch, .Tr. 

0. St. Paul’s, Gustav B. Kreuzenstein 

10. Trinity: Vacant 

11. Oakland, St. Mark’s, lVilliam H. Ruhl 

12. Pasadena, First. Charles L. Stevens 

13. Petaluma, Grace, Edwin H. Horstman 

14. Sacramento. Peace, J. J. Braun, D.D. 

15. San Bernardino, First, Joseph 

Herczegh, LL.D. 

10. San Bruno. St. John’s: Vacant 

17. San Francisco. Bethel, Jason Hoffman 

18. First Japanese, Frank L. Fesperman 
It). St. John’s, Horst R. Jeschke 

20. *Shafter. Ebenezer, Robert Klaudt 

21. Woodland, St. John’s, Louis Landgrebe 

Ministers without Charge 

Reinhold Birk (E), Paul Branke (E), 

H. L. Breitenbacli (E). F. C. Carpenter, 
Albert Dettman (E), F. L. Dorn, Ph.D. (E), 
Arinin A. Geisler (Ch), Waldemar M. Gof- 
feney, Albert Hady (I), T. Kaneko. Jacob 
Maurer (E), Oscar Nussmann (E). Carl L. 
Saenger (E), W. Josef Schmidt (E). Henry 
P. Schroerluke (Ch). F. D. Schueler (E), 

M. Strasburg (E), Kichisuke Suzuki, Wil¬ 
liam P. Thiel (I). Fridolin Tschudy (E), 
Wm. Vollbrecht (E), Elmer E. Weller (E). 

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CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire: President, Vice-President 
and Treasurer 1952. All other officers 1953) 

President, Rev. Gerald W. Dieter, 20 Oak 
St., Lewistown, Pa.; Vice-President, Rev. 
Thomas D. Garner, 144 W. John St.. Bed¬ 
ford. Pa.; Secretarv. Rev. Harry C. Carolus, 
424 Spring St., Bellefonte, Pa.; Treasurer, 
Rev. Henry M. Strub, 202 E. Third St., 
Williamsport 6, Pa.: Lay Member: Marshall 
R. Anspach. Esq., 1200 Campbell St., Wil¬ 
liamsport 16, Pa. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Pennsylvania 

Aaronsburg: Alvin F. Dietz 

1. St. Andrew’s, Coburn 

2. St. John’s, Millheim 

3. St. Paul’s. Aaronsburg, R.D. 

4. St. Peter’s, Aaronsburg 

5. Salem, Spring Mills, R. D. 

6. Alexandria, Christ, John E. Winter 

7. Altoona, Christ, Stuart C. Snodgrass 

8. Grace, Marion E. Smith 

9. Salem: Vacant 

10. Trinity, Robert A. Dilliard 
Beaver Springs: Herbert B. Zechman 

11. Christ, Beaver Springs 

12. Grace, Troxelville 

13. Mt. Bethel, McClure 

14. St. John’s, McClure, R. D. 2 

15. St. Paul’s, Beavertown 

10. Samuel’s, McClure, R. D. 1 

17. Bedford. St. John’s, Thomas D. Garner 

18. Bellefonte, St. John’s, Harry C. Carolus 
Boalsburg: Vacant 

10. Bethel, Pine Grove Mills 

20. Nazareth, Houserville 

21. St. John’s, Boalsburg 

22. St. Peter’s, State College, R. D. 

Centre Hall: Lawrence E. Bair. Jr. 

23. Emmanuel’s, Tusseyville 

24. Grace, Spring Mills 

25. St. John’s. Farmer’s Mills 

26. Trinity, Centre Hall 
Dunning’s Creek: Louis M. King 

27. Pleasant Hill, Bedford, R. D. 1 

28. St. Luke’s, nr Fishertown 

20. St. Paul’s, Bedford, R. D. 2 

Everett-Yellow Creek: E. Philip Senft 

30. Bethel, Clearville, R. D. 

31. St. Paul’s, Yellow Creek 

32. Trinity, Everett 
Freeburg: Herman G. Snyder 

33. Niemonds, McAllisterville, R. D. 2 



34. Richfield, Richfield 

35. St. Paul’s, Selinsgrove, R. D. 2 

36. St. Peter’s, Freeburg 

37. St. Peter’s, Millerstown, R. D. 2 

Friends Cove: Bert E. Wynn 

38. Cove, Bedford, R. 4 

39. Trinity, Bedford, R. 4 

40. Zion. Rainsburg 
Gladeland: Lee A. Peeler 

41. Grace, Mann's Choice 

42. St. John’s, Schellsburg 

43. St. Mark’s, New Buena Vista 

44. Trinity, Mann’s Choice, R. 1 
Greenfield : Theodore P. Crusius 

45. Grace, Claysburg 

46. Greenfield, Greenfield Sta. 

47. Mt. Hope, Blue Knob 

Hickory Bottom: Albert A. Hartman 

48. Mt. Pleasant, Martinsburg, R. 1 

49. St. John’s, Loysburg 

50. St. John’s, E. Sharpsburg 

Ilollidaysburg: William Horosz 

51. St. John’s, Hollidaysburg 

52. Trinity, Williamsburg 
Hublersburg: Vacant 

53. Trinity, Hublersburg 

54. Zion, Zion 

55. Huntingdon, Abbey, Hobart D. 

McKeehan, D.D. 

56. Lewisburg, St. John, John H. Ehrliart 

57. Lewistown. Trinity, Gerald W. Dieter 

58. Lock Haven, St. Luke’s, LeRo.y M. 

Kutz. Jr. 

Martinsburg: Sterling P. Martz 

59. St. John’s, Martinsburg 

60. Salem, Martinsburg, R. D. 2 
McConnellstown: Vacant 

61. St. Jacob’s Piney Ridge 

62. St. Paul’s, Hesston 

63. Trinity, McConnelstown 
Middleburg: Frank A. Reigle 

64. First, Middleburg 

65. Salem. Selinsgrove, R. D. 

66. Zion, Selinsgrove, R. D. 1 
Mifflinburg: Joseph R. Stoudt 

67. Ebenezer. Laurelton 

68. St. John’s, Mifflinburg 

69. St. Peter’s, Millmont, R. D. 1 
New Berlin: Paul R. Wright 

70. Dreisbach, Lewisburg, R. D. 1 

71. Emmanne 1 . New Berlin 

72. Emmanuel, Penn’s Creek 
'3. St. John’s, Winfield, R. 1 

74. St. Paul’s. Middleburg, R. 2 
Nittany Valley: John B. Zinn 

75. Emmanuel, Howard, R. D. 

76. First. Howard 

77. Mt. Bethel, Mill Hall, R. D. 

78. Salona, Salona 

Robe’sburg: Richard D. Abernethy 

79. Christ, Madisonburg 

80. Emmanuel, Greenburr 

81. Grace, Livonia 

82. St. John’s, Tylersville 
S3. St. Peter’s. Rebersburg 

84. Roaring Spring, Christ: Vacant 
St. Clairsville: Vacant 

85. Mt. Zion, Pavia 

86. St. Mark's, Imler, R. D. 

87. St. Paul’s, Imler 

88. Trinity. Osterburg 
Saxton: Thomas M. Burns, Jr. 

89. St John’s, Hopewell 

90. Trinity, Saxton 

91. Selinsgrove, St. Paul’s, Oliver W. Nace 

92. State College, Faith, Albert S. Asen- 

dorf 

White Deer: Thomas B. Musser 

93. Mazeppa, Mazeppa 

94. St. Paul’s, West Milton 

95. St. Peter’s, Lewisburg. R. D. 3 

96. Williamsport, Immanuel Ev. Lutli., 

H. M. Strub 

97. St. John’s, H. Clayton Moyer, Jr. 
Woodcock Valley: C. Richard Masters 

98. St. Matthew’s, Entriken 


99. St. Paul’s, Russellville 

100. Zion, Marklesburg 

Ministers without Charge 

Ray IL Dotterer, Ph.D. (E), D. J. Ely 
(E), George P. Fetterolf (I), Richard A. 
Goodling (D), Warren C. Hess (E). Harry 
D. Iloutz, Ph.D. (E), Charles A. Iluyette, 
Wm. H. Loose (E), Frederick A. Rupley, 
D.D. (E), Oliver II. Sensenig (E), Arthur 
C. Thompson, D.D. (E). 


DAKOTA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1952) 

President, Rev. Walter E. Odenbach, 
Tripp, S. Dak.; Vice-President, Rev. John 
F. Krieger, Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., 
Can.; Secretary, Rev. Erich Kaempchen, 
Menno, S. Dak.; Treasurer, Rev. Herman 
A. Hartmann, Marion, S. Dak.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. Henry Gross, Freeman, S. Dak. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Canada 

1. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Peace, J. 

F. Krieger 

Stony Plain, Alberta: Supplied 

2. Hope, Stony Plain, J. F. Krieger, 

Supply 

3. Mewassin, Duffield, Henry B. 

Roemer, Supply 

Vegreville, Alberta: Henry B. Roemer 

4. Salem, Martins 

5. Zion, Brush Hill 

Thornhill, Manitoba: Armin IL Roemer 

6. Emmanuel, Brown 

7. Zion, Morden 

8. Salem, Winnipeg, C. D. Maurer 
Grenfell, Saskatchewan: Supplied 


9. 

Peace, Duff 


10. 

St. John’s, Grenfell 
Zion, Neudorf 


11. 


12. 

Bethany, Wolseley 



North Dakota 

Ashley: Supplied 

13. 

Ashley, Ashley 


14. 

Hofifnungstal, Venturia 

15. 

Oranien, Leola (S. 

Dak.) 

16. 

Sarons, Long Lake 

(S. Dak.) 


17. Fullerton, Immanuel, Martin H. Peper 

18. Kulm, Kulm, John Bodenman, Supply 

19. Lincoln Valley, Kassel, Denlioff: Sup¬ 

plied 

20. Medina, Rolirbacli: Vacant 
Streeter: Raymond de Dobay 

21. Ebenfeld, Streeter 

22. Friedens, Medina 

23. Hope, Streeter 

24. Zion, Streeter, R. D. 

25. Upham, Peace: Supplied 

26. Venturia, Kassel, J. Bodenman, Supply 

27. Wishek, Wishek, John Bodenman, 

Supply 

Zeeland: Emil Roth 

28. New Kassel, Zeeland 

29. St. John, Zeeland 

South Dakota 

Alpena: Herman IC. Hartmann 

30. Ebenezer, Alpena 

31. Hope, Reliance 

32. Hope, Wessinaton Springs 
Delmont: Supplied 

33. Bethany, Delmont 

34. New Salem, Delmont 
Eureka: Supplied 

35. Gluckstal. Eureka, Rural 

36. Petersburg, Eureka 


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37. Freeman, Bethlehem, Herman A. 

Hartmann 

38. Highmore, Hope: Vacant 
Hosmer: Supplied 

39. Calvin, Eureka, Rural 

40. Hosmer, Hosmer 

41. Neudorf, Hosmer, Rural 

42. Isabel, Hope, Supplied 
Kassel: Supplied 

43. Zion, Menno 

44. Johannisthai, Freeman 

45. Marion, Bethel. Herman A. Hartmann 
Menno: Erich Kaempchen 

46. Ebenezer. Menno 

47. Salem, Menno 

48. Saron, Menno 
Odessa: Supplied 

49. Artas, Artas 

50. Friedens, Artas 

51. Herreid, Herreid 
Scotland: Vacant 

52. Bethany. Henry Heinbuch 

53. Freeman, Freeman, H. A. Hartmann 

54. Hope, Emery 

55. Zion, Tripp 

Tripp: W. E. Odenbach 

56. Immanuel, Tripp 

57. Friedens, Tripp 


Ministers without Charge 

Carl Fried, F. E. Winger (E). 


EAST PENNSYLVANIA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1952) 

President, Rev. Frank W. Teske. D.D.. 
1017 Lehigh St., Easton, Pa.; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Walter H. Diehl, D.D., 152 S. 
Broad St., Nazareth, Pa.; Secretary, Rev. 
Sidney S. Smith, 1817 Lincoln Ave., North¬ 
ampton, Pa.; Treasurer, Rev. Joseph S. 
Peters, D.D., Box 1254, Moravian Sta., Beth¬ 
lehem, Pa.; Lay Member, Mr. Marlyn A. 
Rader, N. 3, Nazareth, Pa. 


No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Pennsylvania 

1. Bangor, St. John’s, John C. Brumbach 

2. Bath, Christ: Vacant 

3. Belfast, Evangelical Reformed, Wm. H. 

Brong 

4. Bethlehem, Bethany, Henry A. W. 

Schaeffer 

5. Calvary : Vacant 

6. Christ, A. Augustus Welsh, D.D. 

7. First, Harry J. Colver 

8. St. Paul’s, Chester L. Brachman 
Brodheadsville-Hamilton: Adan A. 

Bohner 

9. Zion, Brodheadsville 

10. Christ, Hamilton. Sciota 

11. Mt. Eaton, Saylorsburg 

32. St. Matthew’s, Kunkletown 

13. Catasauqua, Salem : Vacant 

14. Cherry Valley, Keller’s, Frank H. Blatt, 

Supply 

Coopersburg-Friedens, Grant E. Harrity 

15. Friedens, Bethlehem, R. 3 

16. St. John’s, Coopersburg 

17. Coopersburg. R. 2, St. Paul’s (Blue) : 

Supplied 

Dryland: Roger L. Koehler 

18. Dryland, Hecktown 

19. Zion, Bethlehem 
Durham: Ernest W. Moyer 

20. Durham, Durham 

21. St. John’s (New Williams), Easton, 

R. 4 


22. East Mauch Chunk. First, Charles W. 

Sigler 

23. Easton, First, George A. Creitz 

24. Grace, L. V. Hetrick, D.D. 

25. Memorial, S. B. Leiby 

26. St. Mark’s, Frank W. Teske 

27. St. Peter’s, Frederick W. Shafer 
Farmersville: H. J. Ehret, D.D. 

28. Arndts, Forks Twp. 

29. St. John’s, Farmersville 

30. St. Thomas, Bethlehem, R. 1 
Forks: Floyd R. Shafer, D.D. 

33. St. Peter’s, Tatamy 

32. Salem, Stockertown 
Fountain Hill: Harold R. Ash 

33. Grace, Bethlehem 

34. Jerusalem, Salisbury Twp. 

35. Hellertown, Christ, Edward O. Butkof- 

sky, D.D. 

Howertown: George J. Laubach 

36. Christ, Shoenersville 

37. St. John, Howertown 

38. St. Peter, Seemsville 
Kreidersville: Ray H. Klingaman 

39. Christ, Walnutport 

40. St. Paul, Cherryville 

41. Zion, Kreidersville 

Lower Saucon: George R. Johnson 

42. Christ, Lower Saucon 

43. St. Luke’s (Old Williams), Williams 

Twp. 

44. Trinity, Freemansburg 
Moore Twp.: H. D. Clauss, D.D. 

45. Christ, Danielsville, R. 1 

46. Emmanuel, Bath, R. 2 

47. Jehovah, Nazareth, R. 2 

48. Salem, Bath, R. 1 

Mt. Bethel: J. O. Reagle, D.D. 

49. Bethany, Stier 

50. Christ, Stone Church 

51. Mt. Zion, Martins Creek 

52. St. Mark, Flicksville 

53. Nazareth, St. John’s, Walter H. Diehl, 

D.D. 

54. Northampton, Grace, George H. Kline¬ 

felter 

55. St. Paul’s, Sidney S. Smith 

56. Palmerton, First, William T. Longs- 

dorf 

Plainfield: A. S. Leiby 

57. Faith, Pen Argyl 

58. St. Peter. Pen Argyl, R. 1 

59. Trinity. Wind Gap 

Pleasant Valley : Alton P. Albright 

60. Jerusalem, Trachsville 

61. St. John. Effort 

62. Salem. Gilbert 

63. Riegelsville, St. John. Samuel J. Kirk 

64. Stroudsburg, Zion, Frank H. Blatt 
Tannersville: Vacant 

65. Grace, Tannersville 

66. St. Mark’s, Appenzell 

67. St. Paul, Swiftwater 

68. Salem, Pocono Lake 
Towamensing: R. Edwin Kutz 

69. Emmanuel, Bowmanstown 

70. St John’s, Palmerton 

71. St. Peter’s, Parryville 
Weissport-Big Creek: George M. Smith 

72. St. Paul’s. Big Creek 

73. Jacob’s, Weissport 


New Jersey 

74. Oxford, St. John’s, Floyd R. Shafer, 
Supply 


Ministers without Charge 

George C. Bingaman (Ch), John P. Dief- 
fenderfer (E), Charles L. Hahn (I). Regi¬ 
nald H. Helflferich, D.D. (D), Theo. C. 
Henschen (I), George E. Kopenhaver (E), 
Howard J. B. Ziegler, Ph.D. (I). Licen¬ 
tiate: Richard R. Gross. 


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IOWA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Joseph M. Newgard, Wil¬ 
ton Junction, Iowa; Vice-President, Rev. 
August E. Bergey, Primrose, Iowa; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Herbert W. Barten, Wheatland. 
Iowa; Treasurer, Mr. W. H. Witte, Lowden, 
Iowa; Lay Member, Mr. Herman Onken, 
Tipton, Iowa. 

No. Location—Name of Church — Pastor 

Illinois 

1. Fowler, St. Paul: Vacant 

2. Quincy, Trinity, Arthur F. Ebeling 

3. Salem, Reinhard M. Schroedel 

4. Rock Island, Peace: Vacant 

5. Sutter, Bethlehem, Frederick J. Nisi 

6. Tioga, Bethany, Adolf C. Onasch 

7. Ursa, Zion : Vacant 

Iowa 

8. Ackley, St. John, Frank C. Kroll 
Alden-Buckeye: Roy J. Eilers 

9. Immanuel, Alden 

10. Peace, Buckeye 

11. Alleman, Salem, Frank E. Stucki 

12. Baxter, Bethany, A. H. Tendick 

13. Bennett, Peace, Arinin J. Maronn 

14. Benton Twp., Zion, Latty, F. A. 

Meusch, Supply 

15. Big Rock, Immanuel, Herbert W. 

Barten 

10. Burlington, First, R. G. Beck 

17. St. Luke, Ernst Press 

18. Zion, Roy It. Winkelmann 

19. Cedar Falls, St. Paul, Mt. Vernon Twp.: 

Vacant 

20. Cedar Rapids, Czech, Milo Filipi, 

Ph.D., S.T.D. 

21. First, Frederick H. Haag 

22. Clarence, St. John, Edward J. Bowers 

23. Clarksville, Immanuel, Edward Merz 

24. Clarksville, R. D. 2, First, Pleasant 

Valley, Gerhard E. Hesse 

25. Conesville, Grace, Otto E. Baumann 

26. Denver, St. Paul’s, F. W. Schnathorst 

27. Donnellson, St. Paul, J. Sherrill Gohde 

28. Dysart, Peace: Vacant 

29. Elkader, Peace, Paul Kitterer 

30. Fort Madison, St. John, J. C. Bier- 

baum 

31. Fredericksburg, Peace, George A. 

Bartell 

32. Garber, St. John’s: Vacant 
Garner: Supplied 

33. Peace, Ell Town 

34. Zion, Garner 

35. Geneva, St. Peter’s: Vacant 
Genoa Bluff: Emmanuel Jasmann 

36. St. Paul’s, Marengo, R. 1 

37. Zion, Williamsburg, R. D. 4 

38. Gladbrook, Peace, Leslie R. Poescliel 

39. Hubbard, Zion, Arthur I. Kreutzmann 

40. Keokuk, St. Paul, Adolph H. Bisping 

41. Klemme, Immanuel, Vernon E. Jaberg 
Latimer: Herbert H. Wintermeyer 

42. Immanuel, Latimer 

43. St. John’s, Alexander 

44. Lincoln, Bethlehem: Vacant 

45. Li’scomb, Grace: Vacant 

46. Lone Tree, Grace, Otto E. Baumann 

47. Lowden, Zion, Norman S. Roberts 

48. Manly, St. Paul, Robert F. Jacobs 

49. Maquoketa, First, Howard E. Beil 

50. Marshalltown, Peace: Vacant 

51. Melbourne, St. John, Ruben G. Gross- 

huesch 

52. Monticello, Evangelical and Reformed, 

John F. Baumann 

53. Muscatine, Evangelical and Reformed, 

Donald F. Koelling 


54. Nashua, R. D. 2, St. John, Fremont 

Twp.: Vacant 

Newton-Haverhill: Emil Burrichter 

55. St. John’s, Haverhill 

56. St. John’s, Newton, R. 1 

57. Newton, R. 1, Zoar, A. H. Tendick, 

Supply 

58. Oskaloosa, First: Vacant 
Primrose-Franklin: August E. Bergey 

59. St. Peter’s, Franklin 

60. Zion, Primrose 

61. Sigourney, St. Paul, W. II. Cross 

62. Sumner, R. D. 2, St. Paul, Reuben J. 

Topp 

63. Tipton, St. John, Harold L. Ivratzat 

64. Tripoli, St. Peter, Tlieophil Blaufuss 
Washington-Valley: Milo J. Phillipi 

65. St. Paul, Valley 

66. St. Paul, Washington 

67. Waukon, Salem, Walter G. Clausing 

68. Zion, Edmond L. Hennig 

69. Waverly, Peace, E. K. Schneider 

70. R. 3, St. John’s, Douglas Twp., 

Victor D. Weidler 

71. Wellsburg, R. D. 1, St. Peter’s, Ger¬ 

man Twp., Carl M. Jankowsky 
West Burlington: Vacant 

72. St. Paul’s, West Burlington 

73. St. John’s, Flint River Twp. 

74. Wheatland, St. Paul’s, Herbert W. 

Barten 

Wilton : Vacant 

75. Grace, Wilton Junction 

76. Trinity, Moscow 

77. Zwingle, Harmony, Helmuth A. Kellie 

Missouri 

78. Kahoka, St. Paul, Arnold W. Geske 

Ministers without Charge 

Marcus L. Bach (I), Henry A. Bartell, 
Harold H. Becker, Helmuth A. Buchmueller 

(D) , Henry J. Duhan (Ch), J. Flottmann 

(E) , Wendell Hansen, Ph.D., F. W. Malin 
(E), F. A. Meusch, D.D. (E), Armin F. 
Meyer (M), Frederick J. Rolf (E), A. W. 
Satory (E), Theo. J. Storck (E). W. B. 
Wittenberg (E), Fred J. W. Weltge, Edwin 
A. Winnecke. 


KANSAS CITY SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Robert C. Kienle, 3111 
Linwood Blvd., Kansas City 3, Mo.: Vice- 
President, Rev. Karl F. Baur, 3541 W T abasli 
St., Kansas City 3, Mo.; Secretary, Rev. 
Edward J. Bowers, 907 Elm St., Marysville, 
Ivans.; Treasurer, Mr. Carl Bosch, 1708 W. 
McCarty St., Jefferson City, Mo.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. E. W. Rodenberg, 1705 Bloom St., 
Lexington, Mo. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Kansas 

1. Abilene, Grace: Supplied 

2. Alida, St. John, O. G. Herbrecht 

3. Alma. Peace: Vacant 

4. Baldwin, St. John, Henry G. Rieder 

5. Belvue, Immanuel, A. Vernon Kurz 

6. Bern, Friedens, Lowell E. Ferguson 

7. Bluff City, St. Paul, Carl Ringer 

8. Cheney, Trinity, Quentin M. Moesch- 

berger 

9. Ellinwood, Immanuel: Vacant 

10. Elmo, New Basel, Walter Baumgartner 

11. Eudora, St. Paul, Joseph O. Polster 

12. Fairview, First, Harold A. Schulz 

13. Hardtner, St. John, Carl Ringer 

14. Herndon, Immanuel, George S. Thilking 


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15. Hiawatha, Bethany, Alvin O. Engel- 

mann 

Iloisington: Vacant 

16. Ebenezer, Hoisington, Calvin Schmidt, 

Supply 

17. Sclioenfeld, Wheatland Twp., R. 2, 

Robert F. Richter, Supply 

18. Holyrood, St. Paul, Elmer J. E. 

Broetzmann 

19. Hudson, Peace, Calvin F. Schmid 

20. Trinity, Ernest H. Lauer 

21. Inman, St. Peter, Walter H. Meyer 

22. Junction City, Zion. O. G. Herbrecht 

23. Kansas City, Zion, H. W. Rath 

24. Leavenworth, Salem, Howard H. 

Poetter 

25. Marysville, Evangelical: Vacant 

26. Newton, Immanuel, Eugene W. Schupp 

27. Trinity, Joseph F. Krueger 

28. Nickerson, Midland, Donald E. Stuart 

29. Paola, Zion, Karl F. Baur. Supply 

30. Vesper, Immanuel, Elmer J. E. Broetz¬ 

mann 

31. Wathena, Zion, William Jassmann 

32. Wichita, First, Howard W. Beer 

33. Salem, Robert O. Laaser 

Missouri 

34. Amazonia, St. John, Armin F. Klemme 

35. Arrow Rock, Zion, George Schler 
Billingsville: Arthur E. Limper 

36. St. John, Billingsville 

37. Zion, West Boonville 

38. Blackburn, St. Paul, Aug. L. Bruegge- 

manii 

39. Boonville, Evangelical, E. F. Abele 

40. California, Evan. & Ref., Elmer L. Koch 

41. Salem. Elmer L. Koch, Supply 

42. *Columbia, Student Chapel,, C. F. 

Stoerker 

43. Concordia, Bethel, Melvin F. Lichte 

44. Cosby, Hope: Vacant 
Deepwater-Rockville: Carl N. Stillwell, 

Supply 

45. Community, Rockville. R. D. 1 

46. Hebron, Deepwater, R D. 2 

47. Emma, St. John, Melvin F. Lichte 
Florence-Lamb: Warren C. Baltzer 

48. Immanuel, Mora 

49. St. John, Florence 

50. Grand Pass, St. Luke, William J. 

Becker 

51. Hartsburg, Peace, Donald J. W. Burk- 

halter 

52. Higginsville, Salem, Theodore Hauck 

53. Independence, St. Luke, Arthur J. 

Schneider 

54. Jamestown, R. D. 1, Advent, Irvin B. 

Stegner 

Jamestown-Pleasant Grove: John L. 
Niensted 

55. St. Paul, Jamestown 

56. St. Peter, Pleasant Grove 
Jefferson City-Brazito : Henry J. Damm 

57. Central, Jefferson City 

58. Friedens, Brazito 

59. Kansas City, St. Paul, “E,” Gustav E. 

Teske 

60. St. Paul, “R,” Karl F. Baur 

61. St. Peter, Robt. C. Kienle 

62. Levasy, Ebenezer, Ewald F. Puhlmann 

63. Lexington, Trinity, A. H. Wegener 

64. Little Rock, Salem, E. F. Abele, Supply 

65. Mayview, Zion, Warren R. Mehl 

66. Napoleon, St. Paul. Carl E. Gabler 

67. New Franklin, Immanuel, N. C. Schultz 

68. Parkville, R. D. 2, St. Matthew, Martin 

E. Ernst 

69. Pilot Grove, St. Paul, J. P. Kaiser 

70. St. Joseph, First, Paul W. Kasper 

71. Trinity, Robert F. Richter, Jr. 

72. Zion, Frederick Stoerker 

73. Sedalia, Immanuel, Wm. C. Bessmer, 

Jr. 

74. Wellington, St. Luke, E. H. Beissenherz 

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Oklahoma 

75. Kingfisher, Federated, *Willis B. Kil¬ 
patrick, D.D. 

70. Loyal, Peace, Arthur F. Werner 

77. Marshall, St. Paul, Philip P. Krause 

78. Okeene, St. John, Carl H. Schmidt 

79. Oklahoma City, Zion, *Joseph K. 

Peaslee 

Ministers without Charge 

J. Abele (E), H. Becker (E), Emil II. 
Beier (E), Clir. Bendigkeit (E), Paul W. 
Brink, K. Brunn (E), A. C. Ernst (E), 
Bruce Griffith (E), E. U. Hafermann (E), 
Theo. H. Hoefer (E), Conrad Ififert (E), 
Eugene T. Jensen (Ch), Karl G. Kissling 
(E), G. W. Krause (E), Carl J. Raase (E). 
Jul. Reichert (E), Maurice Riedesel (M), 
Karl L. Schneider (E), Austin F. Schulz 
(E), Theo. C. Seybold, D.D. (M), Carl A. 
Stadler (E), George R. Ulrich (E). 


LANCASTER SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1952) 

President, Rev. Truman A. Crist, 226 
Woodbine St.. Harrisburg, Pa.; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Harvey M. Leidy, 1305 Hillcrest 
Rd. Lancaster, Pa.; Secretary, Rev. W. 
Miller Price, 474 E. Main St., Annville. Pa.: 
Treasurer, Rev. John C. Raezer, 707 N. 
Lime St.. Lancaster, Pa.; Lay Member, 
Mr. C. W. Hess, Akron, Pa. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

1. Annville, Christ, W. Miller Price 
Armstrong Valley: George W. Moyer 

2. St. Jacob, Millers 

3. St. James, Carsonville 

4. St. Paul, Enterline 

5. St. Peter, Fetterhof 

6. Trinity, Halifax 
Avon-Quentin; Reynold Iv. Ziegler 

7. Grace, Avon 

8. St. Paul, Quentin 

9. Templeman, Rexmont 
Bethel: C. M. Rissinger 

10. St. John, Fredericksburg 

11. St. Paul, Fredericksburg, R. 1 

12. Salem, Bethel 

13. Zion, Lebanon, R. 2 

14. Campbelltown, Salem, I. Kenneth 

Shreiner 

15. Colonial Park, Colonial Park, Elias H. 

Phillips 

16. Columbia. Salem: Vacant 

17. Trinity 

18. Conestoga, Conestoga : Vacant 

19. E. Petersburg, Trinity, Carl W. Isen- 

berg 

20. Eden. Grace, Nelson H. Andres 

21. Elizabethtown, Christ, Philip E. Say¬ 

lor 

22. Ephrata, Bethany, Paul B. Snead 

23. Harrisburg, Fourth, A. M. Billman, 

D.D. 

24. St. John. Truman A. Crist 

25. Salem, Charles R. Zweizig 

26. Second, Henry S. Raab 

27. Hummelstown, Ilummelstown, Karl R. 

Flocken 

Ivimmerlings: Lee D. Loos 

28. Grace, Richland 

29. St. Jacob, Ivimmerlings 

30. St. Paul Union, Hamlin 

31. Lancaster. Faith. H. F. Hafer, Pli.D. 

32. First, William H. Bollman, D.D. 

33. Hamilton Park, Herman J. Naft- 

zinger 

34. St. Andrew, John C. Raezer 


35. St. John, C. J. Noss 

36. St. Luke, Robert W. Roschy 

37. St. Paul, T. A. Alspach, D.D. and 

Beatrice M. Weaver 

38. St. Peter, James E. Wagner. D.D. 

39. Leacock, Salem, Heller, Fred D. Pentz 

40. Lebanon, First, Malcolm E. Barr 

41. St. .John. C. B. Marsteller, D.D. 

42. St. Mark, Henry J. Herber, D.D. 

43. St. Stephen. Pierce E. Swope, D.D. 
Lincoln: David J. W. Noll 

44. First, Ephrata 

45. St. Paul, Adamstown 

46. Zion, Lincoln 
Lykens Valley: Earl R. Marks 

47. St. Peter, Lykens, R. D. 

48. Salem, Berry sburg 

49. . alem. Elizabethville 

50. Simeon, Gratz 

51. Manheim, St. Paul. R. Howard Paine 
Maytown-Marietta: Supplied 

52. May town. May town, Victor W. Dip- 

pell, Ph.D., Supply 

53. Zion, Marietta, Guy P. Bready, Supply 

54. Millersburg. Trinity, George P. Stoudt 

55. Millersville, Zion, J. Richard Bishop 

56. Mountville, Trinity, Supplied 
Muddy Creek: Supplied 

57. Muddy Creek, Swartzville 

58. Swamp, Blainsport 

59. Myerstown, Myerstown, Merritt J. Jef¬ 

fers 

New’ Holland: C. G. Bachman, D.D. 

60. St. Stephen, New Holland 

61. Zeltenreich, New Holland. R. D. 

62. New Providence, Zion, Francis E. 

Ringer 

63. Palmyra, Trinity, Warren E. Adams 
Paxton: Seward R. Kresge 

64. Hill, Cleona 

65. St. Maria, Shellville 

66. Union, Union Deposit 

67. Wenrich, Linglestown 

68. Penbrook, St. Andrew, Wm. J. Ross, 

Ph.D., Supply 

69. Quarryville, St. Paul, Herman C. 

Snyder 

Reamstown: Winfield S. Brendle 

70. Center, Terre Hill 

71. St. John, Denver 

72. St. Paul, Bowinansville 

73. Salem, Reamstown 

74. Richland, R. D. 1, Tulpehocken. Trin¬ 

ity, Alvin J. Forry 

75. Rohrerstown, Salem: Vacant 
St. David: Elden E. Ehrhart 

70. David, Millersburg, R. D. 1 

77. Zion, Millersburg, R. D. 1 
Schaefferstown: A. R. Bachman 

78. Elias, Newmanstowm 

79. St. Paul, Millbach 

80. St. Paul, Schaefferstown 

81. Steelton, First, Charles L. Noss 
Sw 7 atara: J. Donald Backenstose 

82. St. John, Jonestown 

83. Salem (Walmer), Union Twp. 

84. Zion, Grantville, R. D. 

Upper Dauphin County: Ralph J. Har- 

rity, D.D. 

85. Christ, Lykens 

86. St. Matthew (Coleman’s), Spring Glen 

87. Zion (Klinger’s), Erdman 
Warwick: Ray L. Harw r ick 

88. Jerusalem, Penryn 

89. St. Luke, Lititz 

90. Willow Street, Willow Street, Elden 

M. Spangler 

Ministers without Charge 

Alfred C. Bartholomew (D), Luther J. 
Binkley, Ph.D. (D), Guy P. Bready (E). 
Frank S. Bromer (E), Daniel K. Daub 
(E), I. H. DeLong, Ph.D., D.D. (E), Victor 
W. Dippell, Ph.D. (E), James H. Dorman 
(E), David Dunn. D.D. (D), Donald M. C. 
Englert, Ph.D. (D), Oswin S. Frantz, D.D. 

121 


(E), Paul R. Gregory (M), Chas. R. Hart¬ 
man (E), Charles E. Heffleger (E), Hiram 
J. Hillegass (E), S. Charles Hoover (E), 
H. M. J. Klein. Ph.D. (E), W. A. Korn, 
Ph.D. (E), William F. Kosman, D.D. (D), 
Elijah E. Kresge, Ph.D. (E), Harvey M. 
Leidy (E), Homer S. May, D.D. (E), Allan 

S. Meek, D.D., LL.D. (D), Robert V. Moss 
(D). John R. Noss. Ph.D. (D), George W. 
Richards. D.D., LL.D. (E), Alfred N. 
Sayres, D.D. (D), R. C. Scheidt, Ph.D., 
Sc.D. (E), H. S. Shelley (E), Raymond A. 
Shontz (Ch), Carl W. Smith, R. Wendell 
Snyder (I), K. Otis Spessard, Ph.D. (E), 
Chas. D. Spotts, D.D. (D), George W. 
Spotts (E), Geo. A. Stauffer (E), J. Rauch 
Stein, D.D. (E), Paul T. Stonesifer, D.D. 
(D). Paul V. Taylor, Ph.D., D.D. (M), 
William Toth. Ph.D. (D), Calvin P. Wehr, 
D.D. (E), Richard H. Winters (D), Don 
Yoder, Ph.D. (D), Ralph W. Yohe (I). 


LEHIGH SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. William J. Rupp, R. 1, 
Quakertown, Pa.; Vice-President, Rev. Paul 
E. Schmoyer, 482 W. Walnut St., Kutztown, 
Pa.; Secretary, Rev. Arthur Fretz, 2324 
Tilghman St., Allentow’n, Pa.; Treasurer, 
Mr. Raymond L. Rohrbach, Topton, Pa.; 
Lay Member, Mr. Earl J. Dreibelbis, R. D. 
1, Shoemakersville, Pa.; Secretary Emeritus, 
Rev. Clement D. Kressley, 1330 S. Albert 
St., Allentown, Pa. 


No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Pennsylvania 

1. Allentow’n, Christ: Vacant 

2. Dubbs Memorial, M. F. Klingaman, 

D.D. 

3. Emmanuel, Willis D. Mathias, Ph.D. 

4. Grace, C. Harry Kehrn 

5. St. Andrew, Henry I. Aulenbach, 

D.D 

6. St. James: Vacant 

7. St. John, Gordon H. Sperry 

8. St. Mark, Clement D. Kressley 

9. St. Paul, Charles M. Limpar 

10. St. Peter, John K. Wetzel 

11. Salem, Robert D. Brodt 

12. Trinity, Clarence H. Moatz 

13. Zion, Charles D. Rodenberger 

14. Allentown, R. 2, Jerusalem, W. Salis¬ 

bury, D. E. Schaeffer 
Cedar-Morgenland: George D. MacNeal 

15. Cedar, Cetronia 

16. Morgenland, Leather Corner Post 
Coplay-Mickleys: Charles D. Rockel 

17. St. John, Mickleys 

18. Trinity, Coplay 

19. East Greenville, New Goshenhoppen, 

Calvin M. DeLong, D.D. 

Egypt: Thos. R. Brendle 

20. Egypt. Egypt 

21. St. John, Laury’s 

22. St. Paul, Cementon 

23. Emmaus, St. John, Royce E. Schaeffer 
Friedens: Robert J. Urffer 

24. Friedens, Slatington, R. 1 

25. Trinity, Slatedale 

26. Union, Neffs 

27. Fullerton, St. John: Vacant 

28. Greenawalds, Christ: Vacant 
Grimsville: A L. Brumbach 

29. Friedens. Wessnerville 

30. New Bethel Zion, Grimsville 

31. New Jerusalem (Dunkel’s), Kutz- 

tow 7 n, R. 1 


32. New Jerusalem (Red), Kempton 
Heidelberg: T. H. Bachman 

33. Dinkey Memorial, Ashfield 

34. Ebenezer, New Tripoli 

35. Heidelberg, Saegersville 
Jacksonville: Clarence R. Rahn 

36. Jacob, Jacksonville 

37. Lowhill, New Tripoli, R. D. 

38. New Bethel, Kempton 

39. St. Peter’s (Lynnville), New Tripoli, 

R. D. 

Kutztown-Blandon: D. Horton Nace 

40. Maidencreek, Blandon 

41. St. John, Kutztown 

42. Kutztown, St. Paul, Paul E. Schmoyer 

43. Lansford, Emanuel, Albert G. Peters, 

S. T.D. 

Lehigh-Zion: William O. Wolford 

44. Lehigh-Zion, Alburtis, R. D. 1 

45. St. John, Fogelsville 

46. St. Paul, New Tripoli, R. 2 

47. Weisenberg, New Tripoli, R. 2 

48. Lehighton, Zion, Carl S. Leinbach 
Lenhartsville: Glenn Flinchbaugh 

49. Friedens, Lenhartsville 

50. St. Paul, Hamburg, R. 3 

51. Zion, Hamburg, R. 2 

52. Limerick, St. James, W. Reed Teits- 

worth 

Mahoning: Wilbur W. Moyer 

53. Ben Salem, Andreas, R. 1 

54. Christ, Packerton 

55. St. John, New Mahoning 

56. St. Peter, Mantzville 

57. Zion, Snyders 
Maxatawny: Franklin D. Slifer 

58. Christ-DeLong, Bowers 

59. St. Peter, Topton 

60. Zion, Maxatawny 

Old Goshenhoppen: Robert A. Haas 

61. Friedens, Sumneytown 

62. Keelors, Obelisk 

63. Old Goshenhoppen, Woxall 
Pennsburg: Wilmer C. Mantz 

64. Christ, Niantic 

65. Pennsburg, Pennsburg 

66. Sassaman’s, Sassamansville 

67. Schwenksville, Heidelberg: Vacant 

68. Slatington, St. John, R. Maxwell Paine 
Spinnerstown: Wm. J. Rupp 

69. Chestnut Hill, Coopersburg, R. 2 

70. Great Swamp (Trinity), Spinners¬ 

town 

71. Summit Hill, St. Paul, Edgar W*. 

Kohler 

72. Towamencin Twp., Christ: Vacant 
Trexlertown-Macungie: Ralph D. Alt- 

house 

73. St. Paul, Mertztown 

74. St. Paul, Trexlertown 

75. Solomon, Macungie 

70. Walbert, Jordan, George L. Harting 
Ziegel: John L. Herbster 

77. Longswamp. Mertztown, R. 1 

78. St. John (Hill), Boyertown. R. 1 

79. Ziegel, Breinigsville, R. 1 
Zionsville: Alfred S. Mertz 

80. Huffs, Alburtis, R. D. 

81. St. Peter, Macungie, R. D. 

82. Zionsville, Old Zionsville 


Ministers without Charge 

Charles H. Brown (E), H. LeRoy Burk¬ 
hart, Ph.D. (D), Lester A. Ehret (Ch), 
Allen K. Faust, Ph.D. (E), Arthur Fretz 

(D) , Darwin X. Gass (I), E. Wilbur Kriebel, 
D.D. (D), Dale H. Moore, D.Th., LL.D., 
Sc.D. (D), Franklin H. Moyer, D.D. (D). 
A. H. Schuler, Frederick C. Seitz, D.D. 

(E) , E. Elmer Sensenig (E), Simon S. 
Sipple, D.D. (E), John J. Stoudt, Ph.D. (I). 


MAGYAR SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President. Rev. Stephen Szabo, Ph.D., 
2856 East Blvd., Cleveland 4, Ohio: Vice- 
President, Rev. Charles Papp, 1946 Bake- 
well St., Toledo 7, Ohio; Secretary, Rev. 
Ladislaus Kecskemethy, 94 James St.. 
Woodbridge, N. J.; Treasurer, Rev. Zoltan 
S. Vnjda, S016 Vanderbilt Ave., Detroit 17, 
Mich.; Lay Member, Mr. Joseph Fodor, 
1532 Doone Rd., Columbus, Ohio. 

No! Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Connecticut 

1. Bridgeport and Vicinity, Hungarian, 

Stephen M. Boszormenyi 

2. Fairfield, Hungarian, Alexander Babos 

3. South Norwalk, Hungarian, Andrew E. 

Harto 

4. Wallingford, Hungarian, *Arpad L. 

Beretz 


Florida 

5. Miami, Hungarian, Anthony Peter 


Illinois 

6. Chicago, South Side, Arpad George 

7. West Side, Desmond D. Parragh 

8. Joliet, Hungarian, Sigismund Balia 

Indiana 

9. East Chicago, First Magyar, Ladislaus 

Egry 

10. First Hungarian, Indiana Harbor, 

John B. Szeghy 

11. Gary, First Hungarian, *Joseph Rasky 

12. Hammond, First Magyar, John Butosi 

13. Whiting, First Hungarian, Joseph 

Malasics 


Michigan 

14. Detroit. First Hungarian, Zoltan A. 

Vajda 

15. Flint, Magyar, Andrew Nagy 

16. Kalamazoo, Hungarian, Benj. Jozsa 


New Jersey 

17. Passaic, Hungarian, Victor Racz 

18. Perth Amboy, John Calvin, Bertram J. 

Sathmary 

19. Trenton, John Calvin, Frank Koncz 

20. Woodbridge, Hungarian, *Laszlo 

Kecskemethy 


New York 

21. Rossville, S. I., Magyar, Valentine A 
Toth 


Ohio 

Ashtabula-Conneaut-Erie: Andrew 
Arvay 

22. Hungarian, Ashtabula 

23. Hungarian, Conneaut 

24. Hungarian, Erie (Pa.) 

25. Cleveland, First, Stephen Szabo, Ph.D. 

26. West Side Magyar, Mathias Daroczy 

27. Columbus, Hungarian, Nicholas S. 

Sewell 

28. Dayton, Hungarian, Andor A. Harsany 

29. Fairport Harbor, First Hungarian, 

Bela P. Bacso 

30. Middletown, Hungarian, Andor A. 

Harsany 

31. Toledo, Magyar, Charles Papp 


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Pennsylvania 

32 Bethlehem, First Hungarian, Charles 
G. de Bodo 

33. Coatesville, Hungarian, William Toth. 

Ph.D., Supply 

34. Homestead, Hungarian, Julius Paal 

35. Johnstown, Hungarian, Vacant 

36. Monongahela, Hungarian, Victor Bod¬ 

nar 

37. Pittsburgh, First Hungarian. Louis 

Varga 

38. Rankin, Hungarian, Julius Paal 

39. Springdale, Hungarian, Louis Varga. 

Supply 

40. Vintondale, Hungarian, Stephen Pap- 

meder 

41. Windber, Hungarian, Ladislaus 

Szabo 


Virginia 

42. Pocahontas, Hungarian, Joseph 
Marsalko 


West Virginia 

43. Gary, Hungarian, Joseph Marsalko 
Mining: 

44. Hungarian, Logan, Joseph Marsalko 

45. Hungarian, Morgantown, Arpad 

Bernath 

46. Hungarian, Uniontown (Pa.), Arpad 

Bernath 


Ministers without Charge 
Stephen E. Balogh (I), *Leslie J. Carey, 
♦Michael Hogye (I), Joseph Kecskemethy 
(I), Bela Kovacs (E), Julius Melegh, D.D. 
(E), Alex Mircse (I), Alex. Toth, D.D. (D), 
Michael Toth (I), Francis L'jlaki, D.D. (I), 
Edmund Vasvary (I). 


MERCERSBURG SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. James W. Moyer, 203 E. 
Seminary St., Mercersburg, Pa.; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Howard E. Sheely, 112 York 
St., Hanover, Pa.; Secretary, Rev. John C. 
Sanders, D.D., R.R. 6, Chambersburg, Pa.; 
Treasurer, Rev. Edward O. Keen, D.D., 
R. 7, York, Pa.; Lay Member, Mr. Roy B. 
Flinchbaugh, 136 W. Jackson St., York, 
Pa. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

Arendtsville: Nevin R. Frantz 

1. Trinity-Benders, Biglerville 

2. Zion, Arendtsville 

3. Carlisle, First, Albert E. Shenberger 
Carlisle Rural: R. Raymond Jones, 

Supply 

4. St. Matthew, Carlisle Springs 

5. Salem, Lower Frankford Twp. 
Cashtown: V. H. Jones, Supply 

6. St. John, Fairfield 

7. St. John, McKnightstown 

8. Trinity, Cashtown 

9. Chambersburg, St. John, W. Wilson 

Carvell 

10. Zion, Joseph H. Miller 

Dallastown: John Z. Martin 

11. St. John, Blymire 

12. St. Paul, Dallastown 
Dillsburg: Arthur T. Kaup 

13. Barrens, Dillsburg, R. D. 2 

14. Franklin. Dillsburg, R. D. 1 

Dover: Roy W. Limbert 

15. Dover, Dover 

16. Salem, Dover, R. 2 


17. Shiloh, York, R. 1 

East Berlin: Alton M. Leister 

18. Emmanuel, Hampton 

19. Mt. Olivet, East Berlin, R. 1 

20. St. John, New Chester 

21. St. Paul, East Berlin, R. 1 

22. Zwingli, East Berlin 

23. Gettysburg, Trinity, Howard S. Fox, 

D.D. 

24. R. D. 1, St. Mark’s, Howard S. Fox. 

D.D., Supply 
Glen Rock: Vacant 

25. Jerusalem, Glen Rock, R.F.D. 

26. St. Peter, Seven Valleys, R. R. 2 

27. Trinity, Glen Rock 
Greencastle: Merle F. Sollinger 

28. Grace, Greencastle 

29. Trinity, State Line 
Grindstone Hill: Vacant 

30. Heidelberg, Marion 

31. Solomon’s, Chambersburg, R. 5 

32. Hanover, Emmanuel, Nevin E. Smith, 

D.D. 

33. Grace, William H. Banks 

34. Trinity, Howard E. Sheely 
Jefferson: Paul D. Yoder, D.D. 

35. Christ, Codorus 

36. St. Jacob’s, Brodbeck’s 

37. Zion, Seven Valleys 

Kreutz Creek: Richard E. Shaffer 

3S. Canadochly, Hellam, R. D. 3 

39. Locust Grove, York, R. D. 3 

40. Trinity, Hellam 
Landisburg: Supplied 

41. Lebanon, Loysville 

42. St. John, Elliottsburg 

43. St. Peter, Spring Twp. 

44. Trinity, Landisburg 
Lemasters: Ernest M. Hawk 

45. St. Paul, Lemasters 

46. St. Paul, Williamson 

47. St. Stephen, Upton 

48. Trinity, St. Thomas 

Lischey: Franklin F. Glassmoyer 

49. St. Jacob, York New Salem 

50. St. Paul, Stoverstown 

51. St. Peter, Spring Grove, R. 2 

52. Littlestown, Christ, G. Howard Koons 

53. Redeemer, Frank E. Reynolds 

54. R. D. 1, Good Shepherd, Arthur 

Leeming 

Marysville-Knola: Harry A. Manon 

55. St. Matthew, Enola 

56. Trinity, Marysville 
McConnellsburg-Fort Loudon: Mark B. 

Michael 

57. St. Paul, McConnellsburg 

58. St. Peter, Fort Loudon 

59. Mechanicsburg, St. Paul, Glenn E. 

Schultz 

60. Mercersburg, Trinity, James W. Moyer 

61. St. Luke, Richmond Furnace. James 

W. Moyer, Supply 
Mt Zion: Carl L. Osenbach 

62. Christ, Starview 

63. Mt. Zion, York, R. D. 7 

64. Quickel’s, Zions View 

New Oxford: Archie C. Rohrbaugh 

65. Emmanuel, Abbottstown 

66. St. Paul, New Oxford 

67. Newport, Incarnation, Eugene E. 

Kalkbrenner 
Paradise: John S. Royer 

68. Paradise, Thomasville, R. 1 

69. Trinity, Spring Grove, R. 1 
St. James: E. R. Hamme, Supply 

70. St. James, Littlestown, R. D. 1 

71. St. Lukes, Littlestown, R. D. 2 
St. John: Oliver K. Maurer, D.D. 

72. Emmanuel, Freysville 

73. St. John, Red Lion 

St. Paul-Harbaugh: Henry K. Haines 

74. Harbaugh, Midvale 

75. St. Paul, Waynesboro 
Salem: Vacant 

76. St. Paul, Wolfs 


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77. Salem, Jacobus 

78. Sliippensburg, Grace, Porter W. Sei- 

well 

Shrewsbury: J. Earl Gindlesperger 

79. Bethany, New Freedom 

80. Bethlehem, Steltz 

81. St John, Sadler 

82. St. Paul, Shrewsbury 

83. Spring Grove, Mt. Zion, Edward J. 

Sykes, Jr. 

Trinity: Amos L. Seldomridge 

84. Christ, Duncannon 

85. St. John, Markelsville 

86. Trinity, New Bloomfield 
Waynesboro: George H. Bricker and 

George H. Bitner 

87. Salem, Waynesboro, R. D. 3 

88. Trinity, Waynesboro 

West Manheim: Harvey M. Light 

89. Bethel, R. D. 3, Spring Grove 

90. St. Bartholomew, Hanover, R. 1 

91. St. David, Hanover, R. 2 

92. St. Paul, Hanover, R. 3 

93. York, Bethany, Herbert L. Rice 

94. Emmanuel, Oliver S. Hartman 

95. Faith, Albert C. Robinson 

96. Grace, Irvin A. Raubenhold, D.D. 

97. Heidelberg, Nelson C. Brown 
9S. Memorial, J. Alfred Fryer 

99. St. Stephen, Vernon II. Baum 

100. Trinity First, C. Eugene Blum 

101. Zion, Arthur L. Grove 
Zion: Dean R. Feather 

102. Ickesburg, Ickesburg 

103. Trinity, Loysville, R. D. 

104. Zion, Blain 


Ministers without Charge 

S. W. Beck (E), Harold W. Bonner (Ch), 
Ernest W. Brindle (I), Henry E. Gebhard 
(I), John S. Heffner (E), Irvin W. Hen¬ 
dricks, D.D. (E), Victor H. Jones (I), 
Edward O. Keen, D.D. (E). Dallas R. Krebs, 
D.D. (E), Charles M. Mitzell (I), Roy 
Moorhead. Charles B. Rebert (E), A. Calvin 
Renoll, Ph.D. (E), Marsby J. Roth, D.D. 
(E), John C. Sanders, D.D. (E), William V. 
Seltzer (I), Clark S. Smith (I), Daniel B. 
Thompson (G). Licentiate: Philip L. 
Baughman (I). 


MICHIGAN-INDIANA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire, President, Vice-President 
and Lay Member, 1953: Secretary 
and Treasurer, 1952) 

President, Rev. Victor P. Froline, 1107 
Lincoln Way, LaPorte, Ind.; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Theophil W. Menzel, It. 1, Man¬ 
chester, Mich.; Secretary, Rev. Karl II. A. 
Rest, 302 W. Main St., Manchester. Mich.: 
Treasurer, Mr. Earl H. Siebold, 1010 Maxine 
Drive, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Lay Member, Mr. 
Louis Hammerschmidt, South Bend, Ind. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Indiana 

1. Andrews, St. Paul, Delbert D. Kauff¬ 

man 

2. Bippus, St. John, Walter Merzdorf 

3. Berne, Cross, Calvin A. Schmid 

4. Bluffton, First, Matthew Worthman 

5. Bourbon, St. Paul, John M. Michael 

6. Bremen, First, John M. Michael 

7. Chesterton, St. John, Charles B. Bryant, 

D.D. 

8. Culver, Grace, Meredith J. Sprunger, 

Ph.D. 

9. Decatur, Zion, Wm. C. Feller 

10. R. D. 1, Salem, Herman E. Settlage 


11. Elkhart, St. John, P. Hubert Konrad 

12. Fort Wayne, Grace, Frank J. Lowen- 

bergh 

13. St. John, Charles S. Hartman 

14. Salem, Willard H. Zinke 

15. Goshen, First, Carl A. Renter 
Hudson: Vacant 

16. St. John. Hudson 

17. Salem, Huntertown 

18. Trinity, Pleasant Lake 

19. Huntington, St. Peter, Paul A. Iiasche 

20. La Porte, St. Paul, Victor P. Froline 
Medaryville-Francesville-Beaver Twp.: 

Ezra H. Guinther 

21. St. James, Beaver Twp. 

22. St. John, Medaryville 

23. Salem, Francesville 

24. Michigan City, St. John, A. P. Hardt 

25. Millersburg, Zion, R. A. Worthman, 

Supply 

26. Mishawaka, St. Andrew, Kenneth B. 

Wentzel 

27. Plymouth, First, Milton G. Petzold 

28. San Pierre, St. Luke, Edwin F. Mayer 

29. South Bend, St. Peter, Kenneth L. 

Ivuebler 

30. Zion, Edward W. Brueseke 

31. Frbana, St. Peter. Walter A. Luedtke 
Vera Cruz: H. H. Meckstroth 

32. St. John, Vera Cruz 

33. St. Luke, Honduras 

34. Wabash, St. Matthew*, John L. Koert 
Wakarusa-Woodland: Christopher H. 

Boland 

35. St. John, Woodland 

36. Zion, Madison Twp., Wakarusa 

37. Wanatah, Salem, Edwin F. Mayer 

Michigan 

38. Albion, Salem : Vacant 

39. Ann Arbor, Bethlehem, Theodore R. 

Schmale, D.D. and Walter S. Press 
Bainbridge-Pipestone: Clarence J. 
Beehler 

40. St. Paul. Bainbridge Twp. 

41. *Zion, Pipestone Twp. 

42. Baroda, Zion, Wm. Krummel 

43. Bay City, First, Thomas L. Heffley 

44. Casco, St. James, Lenox, R. D. 1, John 

Perl 

45. Chelsea, St. John, J. Fontana 
Chelsea-Francisco: P. H. Grabowski 

46. *St. John, Francisco 

47. *St. Paul, Chelsea 

48. Dearborn, St. James, Glenn E. Bau¬ 

mann 

Detroit 

49. Bethany, Arnold R. Lambarth 

50. Bethel, Robert T. Fauth 

51. Christ: Vacant 

52. Emmanuel, Royal Oak, Theo. A. 

Goebel 

53. First, Emil N. Krafft, D.D. 

54. Grace, Cecil A. Albright 

55. Grosse Pointe Park, Grace, Robert 

P. Beck 

56. Immanuel, Henry F. Baumgaertel, Jr. 

57. Messiah, George E. Pruessner 

58. Redeemer, Gerhard C. Sennew r ald 

59. St. John, Chas. F. Kesting 

60. St. Luke, Armin G. Frohne 

61. St. Mark, Edward W. Drews 

62. St. Matthew and St. Peter’s, Harold 

W. Kamenz 

63. St. Paul, Kendall B. Slioffner 

64. St. Peter: Vacant 

65. Trinity, Dale L. Wolfgram 

66. Trinity, Theodore C. Wiemer 

67. Dexter, St. Andrew, Herbert H. 

Schowe 

68. Elk Rapids, St. John: Vacant 

69. Farmington, Salem, Carl H. Schultz 

70. Flint, First, Albert Wienbrauck 

71. Fraser, Zion, Russell L. Malchow 

72. Fulton, First, Theophil F. Gabler 

73. Grand Haven, St. Paul: Vacant 


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74. Grand Rapids, St. John, Theo. S. 

Buchmueller 

75. Inkster, R. D. 1, St. Paul, Taylor Cen¬ 

ter, Leonard F. Weigel 
7G. Jackson, St. John, Henry G. Kroehler 

77. Lansing, St. Paul, Robert J. Baumann 

78. Manchester, Emanuel, Karl H. A. Rest 

79. *Mancaster. R. D. 1, Bethel, Freedom 

Twp., Theopliil W. Menzel 
Marine City-Adair, John A. Keller 

SO. St. John, Marine City 

81. First, Adair 

82. Mt. Clemens, Zion, Theodor A. Tuenge 

83. Muskegon, St. John, Luben Kutuchief 

84. New Buffalo, St. John, Victor P. 

Frohne, Supply 

85. Niles, St. John, Herbert A. Muessling 

86. Owosso, St. John: Vacant 
Petoskey-Brutus: Paul W. Weltge 

87. Emmanuel, Petoskey 

88. Zion, Brutus, R. R. 

89. Pontiac, Bethel, A. H. Meyer 
Port Hope-Forestville: Vacant 

90. Unity, Forestville 

91. Zion, Port Hope 

92. Port Huron, St. John, E. J. Soell 

93. Port Sanilac, Federated. E. J. Soell 

94. Richmond, First, John Perl 

95. Saginaw, Immanuel, Jacob Eichhorn 

96. St. Mark, Garfield J. Hafermehl 

97. St. Joseph, St. Peter, Wayne W. Wetz 

98. *Zion-, E. A. Irion 

99. *Saline, St. Paul, Alvin Siemsen 

100. *Saline Twp., St. James, Frederick II. 

Engelsdorfer 

Three Oaks-Galien: Arthur J. Haber- 
mehl 

101. St. John, Three Oaks 

102. St. Peter, Galien 

103. Warren, St. Paul, Melvin Miller 

104. Wyandotte, St. John, Wm. F. A. Simon 

3Iinisters without Charge 

John H. Albright (E), Albert Beutenmuel- 
ler (E), George Bohn (E), W. Breitenbach 
(E), Theo. Eisen (E), John L. Ernst, Ph.D. 
(D), C. Fisher (E), Ira W. Frantz (D), 
George E. Gaiser (Ch), Carl H. Grathwohl 

(D) , John W. Heistand (D), Hans Horny 

(E) , William Howe (E), Kurt H. Keilhorn 
(E), Louis J. Ivling (E), E. A. Kuhn (E), 
William J. Kuhlman (D), Edward F. Law- 
renz (E), Carl A. Marich, F. B. Ruf (G), 
Albert A. Schoen (E). Everett W. Seibert, 
Eugene H. Spathelf (D), H. S. von Rague 
(E), Jacob Wulfmann (E). 


MISSOURI VALLEY SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire, President and Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, 1952; all others, 1953) 
President, Rev. Raymond F. Franken- 
feld, 102 E. 5th St., Washington, Mo.; 
Vice-President, Rev. Paul A. Wobus, Man¬ 
chester, Mo.; Secretary, Rev. Paul R. Stock, 
4708 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis 11, Mo.; 
Treasurer, Mr. Herman C. Behle, 715 Wes¬ 
ley St., Ferguson, Mo.; Lay Member, Mr. 
J. H. Landwehr, 4510 Marlboro Court, 
St. Louis 21, Mo. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Arkansas 

1. Little Rock, St. Paul’s, Evangelical, 

Walter W. Wilke 

Marvell-Barton: Traugott Steiner 

2. Barton, Barton 

3. Hicks, Marvell, R. R. 2 


Missouri 

4. Affton, Eden, Elmer H. Dickbernd 

5. Augusta, R. 1, Femme Osage, Karl F. 

Albers 

6. R. D. 1, Bethany, Scliluersburg, 

Eugene H. Gruen 

Augusta-Defiance: Martin G. Waidmann 

7. Ebenezer, Augusta 

8. St. Paul, Defiance 

9. Bay, Zion, August C. Rasche, D.D. 

Bay-Ryors: Supplied 

10. Ebenezer, Ryors 

11. St. Paul, Bay, A. C. Rasche, Supply 

12. Berger, St. John, Roy F. Alberswerth 

13. Big Berger, Bethany, R. F. Albers¬ 

werth, Supply 

14. Billings, St. Peter, R. G. A. Bareis 

15. Bixby, Christ Community: Vacant 
Bland: Adolf P. Friz 

10. St. John, Woollam 

17. St. Paul, Cooper Hill 

18. Zion, Bland 

19. Cape Girardeau, Christ, Arno H. 

Franke 

Cappeln-New Melle: Supplied 

20. St. John (Cappeln), Foristell, R. 2 

21. Friedens, New Melle 

22. *Catawissa, Catawissa, E. Eugene Smith 

23. Chamois, St. John: Vacant 

24. Chesterfield. St. John, Bellefontaine, 

Siegfried A. Schmiechen 

25. Chesterfield (Gumbo), St. Thomas, 

Thomas A. Whitcomb 

26. Clayton, Samuel, Roland H. Panter- 

muehl 

27. Clayton, R. 1, Zion. Paul E. Schoppe 

28. DeSoto, Friedens, Harley A. P. Ivrieger 
Dittmer-Cedar Hill: Paul A. Wobus, II 

29. St. Martin, Cedar Hill 

30. St. Martin, Dittmer 
Drake-Swiss: William K. Schulz 

31. St. James, Drake 

32. St. John, Swiss 

33. Ferguson. Immanuel, Paul Press, Jr. 

34. Fulton, Fulton, Robert G. Herrmann 

35. Gerald, St. Paul, Paul L. Schmidt 

36. Gerald, R. R. 1, Ebenezer, Paul L. 

Schmidt 

37. *Gladden, Shannondale Community, 

V. W. Bucher 

38. Hermann, St. Paul, Friedrich O. Rest 

39. Hermann, R. D. 2, St. John. Stolpe, 

Norman H. Rahmoeller 

40. High Ridge, St. Martin: Vacant 

41. Jackson, Emanuel, Martin A. Torbitzky 

42. Jackson, R. D. 2, St. James, Tilsit, 

J. M. Hertel 

43. Jackson. R. D. 3, St. John, J. M. Hertel 
Jeffriesburg, nr Union: Vacant 

44. St. John, nr Union 

45. St. Jordan, Jeffriesburg 

46. Kimmswick, R. 2, St. Luke, Antonia. 

A. Paul Laubengayer 
Labadie-Oakfield: E. Eugene Smith 

47. Pilgrim, Labadie 

48. Zion, Oakfield 

49. Manchester, St. John, Paul A. Wobus 

50. Marthasville, St. Paul, Alfred F. 

Alberswerth, D.D. 

51. Mehlville, St. John, Ralph C. Koch 

52. Morrison, St. James, Norman H. Rah¬ 

moeller 

Moscow Mills-Troy: William V. Tollas 

53. Friedens, Moscow Mills 

54. Zion, Troy 

55. Mt. Vernon, R. D. 3, Zion, Henry Hen¬ 

ning 

56. New* Haven, St. Peter, H. O. Renken 

57. Oakville, St. Paul, Stanley E. Anderson 

58. Old Monroe, St. Paul, Supplied 

59. Overland. Calvary, L. H. Lammert 
Ow’ensville: Ralph F. Maschmeier 

60. St. John, Bern 

61. St. Peter, Ow^ensville 
Pershing-Fredericksburg: Vacant 


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62. St. Peter, Fredericksburg 

63. Zion, Pershing 
Rhineland-High Hill: Supplied 

64. St. John, High Hill, G. A. Roedder, 

Supply 

65. St. Marcus, Rhineland, C. H. Rohlf- 

ing, Supply 

66. St. Charles, St. John, C. H. Rohlfing 

67. St. Charles, R. R. 2, Friedens. Theo. 

Wobus 
St. Louis 

68. Bethany, Walter A. Scheer, D.D. 

69. Bethel, Oscar C. Nussmann 

70. Bethesda, Elmer W. Beining 

71. Caroline Mission, Carl E. Siegen- 

thaler and Rudolph W. Raber 

72. Carondelet, Rudolph S. Allrich 

73. Christ, Maplewood, C. P. Fritsch 

74. Ebenezer, Elmer P. Helling 

75. Eden Immanuel, Robert W. Bock- 

struck 

76. Emmaus, C. Bohnenkamper 

77. Faith-Salem, Kurt J. Schmiechen 

78. Friedens, John L. Schmidt 

79. Grace, Wm. C. Brandon, Jr. 

80. Holy Ghost, Ralph C. Abele, D.D. 

81. Hope, Norman C. Zulauf 

82. Jesus, Wm. F. Simon, Ph.D. 

83. Mount Tabor, Paul H. Rahmeier 

84. Nazareth, Chester W. Gaum 

85. Pilgrim, E. J. Westerbeck 

86. Redeemer, Helmut R. Friz 

87. St. Andrew, Theodor E. Beier 

88. St. James, Herbert E. Stalilhut 

89. St. John, Robert H. Froeschner 

90. St. Luke, Wm. B. Weltge 

91. St. Marcus, Telfair L. Boesch 

92. St. Matthew, F. J. Mittler 

93. St. Paul, Erwin H. Bode 

94. St. Paul, Creve Coeur, Wm. C. 

Gabler 

95. St. Peter, Elmer H. Hoefer, D.D. 

96. St. Peter, Wellston, Hawthorne E. 

Boesch 

97. St. Stephen, O. Kienker 

98. Salem “E,” Robert J. Young 

99. Salvator, Paul Prell 

100. Trinity, Paul R. Stock and Paul J. 

Bode 

101. Zion, Laverne E. Ebert 

102. Sappington, R. 6, St. Lucas, Glenn O. 

Martensen 

103. Springfield, St. John, Harry O. Hein 
Stonyhill-Casco: Vacant 

104. St. James, Stonyhill 

105. St. John, Casco 

106. Treloar, Immanuel, Walter W. 

Kramme 

107. St. John, Pinckney, Walter N. 

Kramme, Supply 
Union-St. Clair: A. B. Gaebe 

108. St. John, St. Clair 

109. Zion, Union 

110. Verona, St. John, H. Henning, Supply 
Warrenton: G. A. Roedder 

111. Friedens, Warrenton 

112. Evangelical, Lippstadt 

113. St. Paul, Steinhagen 

114. Washington, St. Peter, Raymond F. 

Frankenfeld 

115. Webster Groves, Evang. and Ref'd., 

Thos. R. Marshall 

Weldon Spring-Cottleville: Laurin E. 
Detwiler 

116. Immanuel, Weldon Spring 

117. St. John, Cottleville 
Wright City: A. E. Katterjohn 

118. Evangelical, Wright City 

119. *St. John, Indian Camp 


Ministers without Charge 

Elmer F. Ansley (D), E. J. F. Arndt. 
Ph.D. (D), H. N. Auler (M), H. N. Auler, 

Jr. (M), Theo. C. P. Baur, William Baur, 

Jr. (M), John A. Biegeleisen, D.D. (D), 

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Theo. C. Braun, D.D. (D), Purd E. Deitz, 

D. D. (D), Fritz Deuschle (E), Aug. Doelle- 
feld (E), F. W. A. Eiermann, Ph.D. (E), 
O. L. Elbring (D), F. W. Fischer (E), Fred¬ 
erick Frankenfeld, LL.D. (D), H. R. Geb- 
hardt, Th.D. (D), Elmer H. Gumper (M), 
O. F. Hafner (E), E. G. Heess (E), E. A. G. 
Hermann, D.D. (E), Walter H. Herrscher 
(M), John A. Hoefer (E), H. Hoeppner 
J. H. Horstmann, D.D. (E), Louis V. Huber 
(D), Emil R. Jaeger (E), A. E. Kitterer 
(G), Carl W. Klein, D.D. (D), J. Kenneth 
Kohler (D), Carl D. Kriete, D.D. (M), Fred 
J. Langhorst (D). Erich E. Leibner (D), 
F. E. McQueen (D), Charles Meyer (E), 

J. P. Meyer (D). Allen O. Miller, Ph.D. (D), 

E. L. Mueller (E), Ernest F. Nolte (D), 

K. Pleger (E), George M. Poth (E), Otto 
Press (D), S. D. Press, D.D. (D), Carl 
C. Rasche (D), John G. Ruhl (D). Arthur 
Saeuberlich (E), R. Schmiechen (E), Carl 
E. Schneider, Ph.D.. LL.D. (D), F. W. 
Schroeder, D.D.. LL.D. (D), Harold P. 
Schultz (D), Gilbert W. Schroer. Ph.D. 
(D), George H. Sieveking (E), Herman 
Specht (E), Carl N. Stillwell (I), Theophil 
Stoerker (D), Theophil H. Twente, D.D. 
(D), Allen G. Wehrli, D.D. (D), O. Walter 
Wagner (G), H. H. Wernecke, Ph.D. (D), 
Z. F. Yount (E), Paul R. Zwilling (E). 


NEBRASKA SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1952) 

President, Rev. Lewis G. Marx, Harvard, 
Nebr.; Vice-President, Rev. Elmer G. Otte, 
812 Ring St., Mapleton, Iowa; Secretary, 
Rev. Otto E. Pinckert, Harbine, Nebr.; 
Treasurer, Mr. Arthur Unger, 2941 Sumner 
St., Lincoln. Nebr.; Lay Member, Mr. Harry 
Williams, Hartley, Iowa. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Iowa 

1. Atlantic, Peace, A. W. Yungschlager 

2. Calumet, Zion, Siegfried F. Dietrich 

3. Council Bluffs, St. John, Eugene A. 

Schneider 

4. Council Bluffs, R. R. 1, St. Paul, Roy 

F. Chesney 

5. Creston, St. John, G. G. Bratzel 
Griswold-Massena: Paul Niedermeyer 

6. St John, Griswold 

7. St. Peter, Massena 

8. Hamburg, Zion: Vacant 

9. Hartley, Trinity, Bruno H. Romanow- 

10. Hornick, St. John, Henry G. Held, 

Supply 

11. Imogene, St. Paul: Vacant 

12. LeMars, St. John, Milton L. Straube 

13. Mapleton, St. Peter, Elmer G. Otte 

14. Newell, St. John, Grant Twp., Walter 

F. Kieker 

15. Peterson, St. John, Harold G. Zoeller 
10. Pomeroy, First, Harold L. Behle 

17. Schaller, R. D. 2, Emmanuel, Samuel 

Ramaker 

18. Schleswig, Friedens, A. F. Rinne 

19. Sioux City, Grace, Henry G. Held 

20. Walnut, Peace, Theo. A. Thomas 

21. Westside, St. John, Elmer G. Otte 

Nebraska 

Ashton-Loup City-Rockville: Vacant 

22. Community, Rockville 

23. St. Matthew, Ashton 

24. St. Paul, Loup City 


25. Belden, Union (Hope), F. B. Helsman. 

Supply 

26. Columbus, Evan, and Ref., Reinhold 

M. Jensen 

27. Cook, St. Paul, Herbert E. Kuhn 

28. Dawson, Zion, Carl J. Weidler 

29. Fairbury, Zion, Gladstone, Diedrich F. 

Buelter 

30. Falls City, Zion, Roy J. Stock 

31. Goehner, Friedens: Vacant 

32. Gruetli, Gruetli (nr Columbus). Rein¬ 

hold M. Jensen. Supply 

33. Harbine, Hope, O. E. Pinckert 

34. Harvard, United, L. G. Marx 
Hoskins: Vacant 

35. Immanuel, Winside 

36. Peace, R. 1, Norfolk 

37. Humboldt, St. John: Vacant 

38. Salem, C. J. Weidler 

39. Jansen, St. Paul, Kurt Hofius 

40. Lincoln, Emmanuel: Vacant 

41. St. John: Vacant 

42. St. Paul, Arthur G. Crisp 

43. Milford, Friedens, Roy A. Anderson 

44. Nebraska City, Bethel, George F. Duen- 

sing 

45. Omaha, First, G. E. Seybold 

46. Plattsmouth, St. Paul, Adolph Matzner 

47. Plymouth, Church of Peace, George 

W. Treese, Jr. 

48. Seward, Friedens, Martin L. Seybold 

49. Steinauer, Salem, Vernon F. Deditius 

50. Sutton, Hope, Supplied 

51. Emmanuel, Calvin J. E. Stuebbe 

52. Syracuse, St. John, W. Bechtold 

53. Talmage, St. John, Albert L. Bruegge- 

mann 

54. Zion, Elmer C. Jaberg 

55. Tecumseh, R. 1. St. Paul, Alex. Greeb 

56. Tilden, Peace, Victor W. Englemann 

57. Western, St. John, Robert P. Nienkamp 

58. Winside, Theophilus, *John F. Schor- 

tinghuis 

59. Yutan, St. Peter, G. E. Seybold. Supply 

Ministers without Charge 
Paul F. Dietrich (E), Otto J. Englemann 
(E), W. Fischer (E). M. E. Graber, Ph.D. 
(I), Henry E. Grieb (E), Walter W. Ivieker, 
George Rath (I), Charles H. Riedesel (E). 
Maurice Riedesel (M). 


NEW YORK SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Russell D. Custer, 62 S. 
Main St., Milltown, N. J.; Vice-President, 
Rev. Benedict W. Tannler, 9212-89th Ave., 
Woodhaven 21, L. I.. N. Y.; Secretary, Rev. 
Philip J. Anstedt, 566 E. 7th St.. Brooklyn 
18, N. Y.; Treasurer, Mr. William Kunz. 
1504 Massachusetts Ave., Troy, N. Y.; Lay 
Member, Mr. Fred C. Heitkamp, 209 N. 
Ten Broeck St., Scotia, N. Y. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Connecticut 

1. Bridgeport, First, Wm. E. Horstmeier 

2. First Magyar, Emil Nagy, Jr. 
Magyar Circuit: Vacant 

3. Hungarian, New Haven 

4. Mfagyar, Shelton 

5. Hungarian, Torrington 

6. Magyar, Warrenville 


Massachusetts 

7. Boston. Christ, Henry I. Stahr, D.D., 

LL.D., L.H.D. 

8. Holyoke, St. Andrew’s, W. Carl Nugent 


New Jersey 

9. Bayonne, Evan. & Ref, F. G. Walter 
Fuhrmann 

Egg Harbor City: Charles E. String 

10. St. John, Egg Harbor City 

11. Zion, Folsom 

12. Garwood, St. Paul, Walter C. Pugh 

13. Glassboro, Bethlehem, Rev. Edward 

Haugh, Supply 

14. Irvington, Emanuel, Walter F. Reif 

15. Milltown, St. Paul, Russell D. Custer 

16. Newark, Bethlehem, Richard W. Jung- 

fer, Sr., Supply 

17. St. Stephan, Matthew H. Thies 

18. Zion. Robert D. Morrison 

19. New Brunswick, Livingston Avenue, 

Theodore W. Boltz 

20. Trenton, St. Paul, Alfred Sager, Supply 


New York 

21. Albany, Evan. Protestant, Armin A. 

Suedmeyer 

22. Amsterdam, Zion, Fred H. Kalkbren- 

ner 

23. Bellerose (L.I.). First, Walter F. Rauh 

24. Brooklyn, Bethlehem, Philip J. An¬ 

stedt 

25. Christ, Albert F. W. Marcus 

26. St. Mark, M. J. H. Walenta 

27. New York City, Christ, Bronx, Jacob 

B. Wagner 

28. First Magyar, Geza Takaro. D.D. 

29. Martha Memorial, Harrison D. 

Geist, Supply 

30. St. Paul, Evan. Luth., Bronx, Henry 

A. Weier 

31. Schnectady, Friedens, William T. Lane 
Taborton: Edward W. Fuhrmann 

32. Zion, East Poestenkill 

33. Zion, Taborton 

34. Zion. West Berlin 

35. Troy, St. Paul. William F. Wiley 

36. West Forest Hills (L.I), Community, 

G. W. Busteed 

37. Woodhaven (L.I.), Emanuel, Benedict 

W. Tannler 


Ministers without Charge 
R. Pierce Beaver, Ph.D. (G), James N. 
Blatt (E), Frederick ,J. Denbeaux (G), John 
P. Dillenberger, Ph.D. (G), Theo. Essebag- 
gers (M), J. Blaine Fister (G), Cleggit E. 
Gardner, George A. Godduhn (E), Chas. 
Gulyas (I), Joseph D. Huntley (G). James 
Kress, Frederick C. Kuether (I), Paul II. 
Land (D), S. Lefton (E), Paul M. Limbert, 
Ph.D. (G), Cornelius R. Loew, Ph.D. (G), 
H. H. Lohans (E), Henry Manrodt (E), 
Joseph C. Mugglin. I. George Nace, D.D. 
(G), H. Richard Niebuhr. Ph.D. (G). Rein- 
hold Niebuhr, D.D., S.T.D. (G), Edward 
J. Paetzold, Richard L. Scheef, Jr.. Francis 
C. Schlater, Frederick T. Schumacher (G), 
Webster S. Stover, Ph.D. (I), Paul H. 
Streich (M). Edward C. Stuebi (E), Ken¬ 
neth T. Taylor (G), Paul Tillich. D.D.. 
Ph.D. (GL Glenn Weaver (I), William E. 
Wimer (G). 


NORTHEAST OHIO SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Richard A. Mensendiek. 
725 Reid Ave.. Lorain, Ohio; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Roland A. Luhman, D.D., 322 
Wick Ave., Youngstown 2, Ohio; Secretary, 
Rev. Waldo J. Bartels, 16 Pittsburgh St.. 
Columbiana, Ohio; Treasurer, Mr. S. W. 
Eaughinan, 532 Parkview Ave., Barberton, 
Ohio; Lay Member, Mr. Carlton J. Weber. 
21457 South Park Dr., Fairview Park, Ohio. 


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No. Location — Name of Church— Pastor 


Ohio 

Akron 

1. East Market Street, R. E. Eshmeyer 

2. Emmanuel. Ralph R. Boyer 

3. First, Reuben .7. Schroer, D.D. 

4. First Hungarian, Arpad Bakay 

5. Goss Memorial, William E. Troup, 

D.D. 

6. Grace, Orris W. Ilaulman, D.D. and 

Arnold W. Meckstroth 

7. Miller Avenue, Joseph B. Hennes¬ 

sey 

8. Trinity, William C. Nelson 

9. Willard, Francis J. Schmuck 

Amherst: John H. Bollens 

10. St. John’s, South Amherst 

11. St. Peter’s, Amherst 
Cleveland 

12. Bethany, Theo. F. Braun 

13. Christ, Emil Helm 

14. Eighth, Holland L. Logsdon 

15. Faith, Edwin H. Berger 

16. Fifth, William A. Jones 

17. First. Theo. A. Kitterer 

18. Fourth, Victor E. Walenta 

19. Friedens: Vacant 

20. Glenville. Roy W. Gieselmann 

21. Grace, Carlton N. Weber 

22. Hough Avenue, Donald J. Voelm 

23. Immanuel (Shaker Heights), Robert 

J. Baldauf 

24. Immanuel (West Park), Rudolph C. 

Ditter 

25. Ninth, Walter S. Rickard 

20. Pilgrim, Louis F. Stueber 

27. St. John’s: Vacant 

28. St. Luke’s, O. H. Zwilling, D.D. 

29. St. Paul’s, Theo. F. Mehl 

30. Trinity, Elam G. Wiest and Frederick 

Kramer 

31. West Side, Walter K. Klein 

32. Zion, Carl E. Kiewit 

33. Columbiana. Grace, Waldo J. Bartels 

34. Cuyahoga Falls, Bethany, Donald L. 

Powers 

35. Do.vlestown, Emanuel, J. II. Poetter 

36. East Akron, Old Millheim, Francis J. 

Schmuck, Supply 

37. Elyria, Magyar, Louis G. Novak 

38. St. Paul’s. Ernst Irion 

39. Lakewood. First, Robert F. Beck 

40. Lisbon, St. Jacob’s, Edward D. Fager 

41. Lorain, Hungarian, Daniel G. Bodor 

42. St. John’s, Richard A. Mensendiek 
Loyal Oak: Huxley C. Foster 

43. G'-ace, Barberton, R. D. 4 

44. Mt. Zwingli, Wadsworth, R. 2 
Manchester: Herbert S. Wolfe 

45. St. Peter’s, R. 1, Clinton 

46. Trinity, Manchester 

47. NorGi Jackson. St. John’s, Louis Ray¬ 

mond, Supply 

North Lima: Otto J. Zecliiel 

48. Mt. Olivet, North Lima 

49. Salem, Unity 

50. Parma, Ridge Road, Irving W. Cain- 

erer 

51. St. Paul’s. William K. Laurie 

52. St. Peter’s, Arthur E. Antal 

53. Petersburg, Old Springfield, Charles A. 

Lang 

54. Valley City, Emmanuel, Edwin A. Kat- 

terhenry, Ph.D. 

55. Wadsworth. Trinity, Robert S. Mathes 

56. Warren, First, Robert L. Keiser 
Youngstown 

57. Austintown Community, Arthur V. 

Swineha rt 

58. Pilgrim Collegiate, Roland A. Luh- 

man, D.D. 

59. St. Paul’s, Louis F. Suedmeyer 

60. Paradise, Canfield. R. D. 

61. Third, L. Meid Becker 


Ministers without Charge 

Paul H. Bourquin (E), Frederick H. 
Diehm, D.D. (E), Carl F. Heyl, D.D. (D), 
Conrad Hoffman (E), Frederick Hoffman 
(D), Carl Imliof, A. A. Kitterer (D), Huber 
F. Klemme, D.D. (D), C. William Mensen¬ 
diek (M), Ernest Porszolt (E), Jefferson 
P. Rogers, (D). Scott V. Rohrbaugh (E), 
J. C. Schaaf (E), Fred C. Schweinfurth, 
D.D. (D), John Sommerlatte (E), Philip 
Vollmer, Jr. (D), Harold E. Weber (I). 
Licentiate: W. L. Neuenschwander (I). 


NORTHERN SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Victor W. Grupe, R. 1, 
Faribault, Minn.; Vice-President, Rev. 
George F. Steffen, 716 4th St., S.. St. Cloud, 
Minn.; Secretary, Rev. Robert A. Happel, 
Glencoe, Minn.; Treasurer, Rev. Otto J. 
Vriesen, Hamburg, Minn.; Lay Member, 
Mr. Herman Schmidt, 1724 9th Ave., S., St. 
Cloud, Minn. 


No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Iowa 

1. Ledyard. Bethany. Edw. P. Nuss 
New Albin: Paul H. Franzmeier 

2. St. Peter, New Albin 

3. Peace, Freeburg (Minn.) 

4. New Albin, St. John’s, Paul H. Franz¬ 

meier, Supply 


Minnesota 

5. ‘Arlington, St. John Ev. Luth., Otto J. 

Vriesen, Supply 

6. Barnesville, St. James United, Oscar H. 

Buchmueller 

Bertha: Erwin H. Warber 

7. Peace, Bertha 

8. St. Paul, Wadena 

9. Zion, Long Prairie 
Ceylon-Granada: Joseph II. Mayer 

10. St. John, Ceylon 

11. St. Paul, Granada 

12. Cottage Grove, St. Matthew, William A. 

Huenemann 

13. Delano, St. Paul’s. Otto Rapp 

14. Duluth, St. Paul, Walter C. Rasche 
Eden Valley-Forest City: Wesley W. 

Bornemann 

15. Peace, Eden Valley 

16. St. Matthew, Forest City 

17. Eitzen, St. Luke, II. W. Radloff 

18. Eyota, St. Paul, John G. Siegle 

19. St. John, St. Charles 

20. Fairmont, St. John, Winston W. 

Wernecke 

21. Peace, St. James 

22. Faribault (Rural), St. John, Victor W. 

Grupe 

23. Faribault, St. Luke, Carl P. Schrupp 

24. Fergus Falls, First, Wilfred R. Burger 
Glencoe-West Lynn: Robert A. Happel 

25. Peace, Glencoe 

26. Trinity, Hutchinson 

27. Hamburg, St. Paul. Otto J. Vriesen 

28. Henderson, St. Paul, A. O. Mann 

29. Hermantown, St. Paul: Vacant 

30. Hutchinson, St. John, Walter C. 

Fischer, Supply 

31. Lake Elmo, St. Lucas, John Koch 

32. Lester Prairie, Evangelical, Walter C. 

Fischer 

33. Le Sueur, Zion. Ernest R. Klaudt 

34. Le Sueur (Rural), St. Paul, Paul G. 

Wuebben 

35. Lewiston, St. Paul, Leroy E. Franz 


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36. Maple Lake, Bethlehem, Robert E. 

Kolze 

Millville-Theilman: Maynard G. Oesterle 

37. Grace, Millville 

38. *St. Paul, Theilman 

39. Minneapolis, Faith, Ralph E. Weisser 

40. St. John, Paul R. Meyer 

41. *Immanuel, Medicine Lake 

42. *Minnesota Lake, Peace, Eugene R. 

Rapp 

Minnesota Lake (Rural) : Ernst O. 
Mueller 

43. St. Paul 

44. *Zoar, Waldorf 

45. New Ulm, Friedens, Fred R. Iseli 

46. Norwood, Peace, Erwin F. Mender 

47. Norwood (Rural), St. John, E. H. 

Opperman 

48. Zoar, Chaska 

49. Perham, Zion, S. E. Birkner 

50. Plato, St. Paul, Walter A. Koch 

51. Plato (Rural), Friedens, Peter Scliild 

52. Rice. Christ, George F. Steffen, Supply 

53. Rochester, Peace, Earl G. Buck 

54. St. Cloud, Peace, George F. Steffen 

55. Christ, Sauk Rapids 

56. St. Paul, Peace, George A. Mohr 

57. St. John, M. P. Albrecht 

58. St. Paul, Erwin R. Koch, D.D. and 

George Sonneborn, Jr. 

59. Stillwater, St. Peter, Gregor W. Kutz 

60. Wabasha, Trinity : Vacant 

61. Welcome, St. Paul, John H. Bunge 

62. West Concord, Zwingli, George W. 

Holimann 

North Dakota 

63. Hankinson, Emmanuel, Firdel W. Paul 

64. Hebron, St. John, Henry Reifschneider 

65. Judson (Rural), Bethel, William F. 

Siemers, Supply 

66. Zion, William F. Siemers, Supply 

67. Lidgerwood, St. John, W. A. Werth 

68. New Salem, Peace, William F. Siemers 

69. Taylor, Immanuel, Armin Kniker 

South Dakota 

70. Elkton, Peace, John E. Kleffmann 

71. Garretson, Unity, Andrew Mast 

72. Tulare, Salem: Vacant 

73. St. John, Tulare (Rural), Supplied 

Wisconsin 

74. Ellsworth, St. Paul, C. II. Zeylier 

75. Fountain City, St. John, Melvin C. 

Witmer 

La Crosse-Brownsville: Ralph L. 
Kuether 

76. St. John, La Crosse 

77. Zion, Brownsville (Minn.) 

La Crosse-Hokah: Emanuel J. Moritz 

78. Trinity, La Crosse Rural 

79. Zion, Hokali (Minn.) 

Madeline Island-Mason: Otto W. 

Scliroedel 

80. St. John, La Pointe 

81. St. Paul, Mason 

82. Prescott, St. John: Vacant 

Ministers without Charge 
W. W. Bunge (E), Herman A. Feierabend, 
D.D. (M), Karl J. Mueller (E), J. M. Munz 
(E). 


NORTH ILLINOIS SYNOD 


Officers ancl Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Karl II. Meyer, D.D., 
5950 S. Albany Ave., Chicago 29, Ill.; Vice- 
President, Rev. Herbert P. Bloesch, 2500 
N. Talman Ave., Chicago 47, Ill.; Secretary, 

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Rev. Albert W. Buck, 4142 N. Lawler Ave., 
Chicago 41,, Ill.: Treasurer, Mr. Arthur 
Tiedemann, 3348 Pearl St., Franklin Park, 
Ill.; Lay Member, Mr. Victor Barth, Church 
Rd., Bensenville, Ill. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Illinois 

1. Arlington Heights, St. John, Win. F. 

Kamphenkel 

2. Aurora, St. John, Adolph Stoerker 

3. Barrington, St. Paul, Edwin F. Riske 

4. Bartlett. Immanuel, Benjamin F. 

Freese 

5. Beecher, St. Lucas: Vacant 

6. R. I). 2, St. John, J. Merzdorf 

7. Bellwood, Peace, E. II. Stommel 

8. Belvidere. St. John, Adolph A. Graf 

9. Bensenville, Peace, Harold W. Hohrnan 

10. Immanuel, Albert G. Kautz 

11. St. John, Addison Twp., E. Berg- 

straesser 

12. Bloomingdale, St. Paul, Karl E. Gaert- 

ner 

13. Bloomington, St. Luke, Robert A. 

Nolte 

14. Blue Island, Community, George W. 

Knapp 

15. St. Paul, Orville F. Brummer 
Broadlands-Sidney: Ralph W. Heller 

16. St. John, Broadlands 

17. St. Paul, Sidney, R. D. 

18. Carpentersville, Zion, Hans H. Kalk- 

brenner 

19. Champaign, St. Peter, Edward II. 

Busekros 

Chicago 

20. Bethany, Robert C. Stanger, D.D. 

21. Bethel, Ludwig C. Kutz 

22. Bethlehem, Adolph W. Fruechte 

23. Eden, Max C. Schultz 

24. Edison Park, Lloyd H. liegeman 

25. Ellis Community Center, George 

Nishimoto and Elver II. Hoefer 

26. Epiphany Evan. Luth., Harry W. 

Brueckner 

27. Faith United, Roy aid V. Caldwell 

28. First English, Samuel J. Schmiechen 

29. Gethsemane, Walter E. Heifer 

30. Grace (Evan.), Karl II. Meyer, D.D. 

31. Grace (Ref.), John E. Kent 

32. Immanuel, William L. Rest, D.D. 

and Donald E. Steinhardt 

33. Ivloeckner Memorial, William L. 

Moenkhaus 

34. Nazareth, Herbert P. Bloesch 

35. North Shore, Carl C. Bizer 

36. Peace Memorial, Herbert J. Brodt 

37. Ravenswood, Otto A. Muecke, D.D. 

38. St. Andrew, Christian E. Schmidt 

39. St. James United, Oscar A. Egger 

40. St. John’s United, Robert E. Bizer 

41. St. Nicolai, Gustav A. Palil, Jr. 

42. St. Paul. Gerhard W. Grauer, D.D. 

and Walter E. Maass 

43. St. Peter, Henry E. Lambreclit, D.D. 

44. St. Petri, Gordon E. Robinson 

45. St. Philippus, Ralph R. Hunger 

46. St. Stephan, Benno G. Ott 

47. St. Thomas, W. F. Naefe 

48. Salem, Hermann E. Koenig and 

T. A. Braun 

49. Tabor, Albert W. Buck 

50. Third, Leonliardt J. F. Stuckwiscli 

51. Trinity. S. A. Recht 

52. Zion, Hoyt L. Whitebread 

53. Zion, Auburn Park, A. .1. Koch 

54. Zion, Washington Heights, John E. 

Schneider 

Chicago Heights-Matteson: Henry H. 
Senne 

55. St. John, Chicago Heights 

56. Zion, Matteson 

57. Creve Coeur, Bethel, Carl F. Kroenlein 

58. Crystal Lake, St. Paul, Harold H. Wilke 


59. Danville, St. John, George J. Boet¬ 

tcher 

60. Davis, St. Paul, Robert E. Schwarze 

61. Deerfield, St. Paul, Harry O. Willman 

62. Des Plaines, Christ, R. Kenneth Wobbe 

63. Dolton, Immanuel, Alexander Campbell 

64. Downers Grove, St. Paul, Walter W. 

Lauer 

65. Elgin, St. Paul, Edwin J. Hoefer 

66. Elgin, R. D. 1, Immanuel, Hanover 

Twp., Peter H. Beecken 

67. Elmhurst, St. Peter, E. J. A. Koch, 

Ph.D. 

68. Evanston, St. John, Harold G. Ott 

69. Forest Park, First, Carl W. Berger 

70. Frankfort, St. Peter, Erich G. Bizer 

71. Franklin Park, St. Paul, Warren H. 

Seyfert 

72. Freeport, First English, Armin C. 

Munz 

73. St. John, Edwin A. Arends. D.D. 

74. Zion, Carl M. Grahl 

75. Geneseo, St. Peter, Edford Twp., Ferdi¬ 

nand C. Schmidt 

76. Gilman, Zion, Raymond W. Bizer 

77. Grant Park, St. Peter, Alfred F. Braun 

78. Greenview, St. John, A. E. Reiss 
Harmony-Union: Edwin D. Otte 

79. St. John, Harmony 

80. St. John, Union 
Harvey-Thornton: Supplied 

81. Peace, Thornton 

82. Peace, Harvey, Robert Vornholt, 

Supply 

83. Highland Park, St. John, Roland W. 

Hosto 

84. Hinckley, St. Paul, Louis G. Weber 

85. Hinsdale, Immanuel, Dean G. Plass- 

mann 

86. St. John Community, William H. 

Schneider 

87. Homewood, St. Paul, Community, 

Christopher T. Garriot, Supply 

88. Kankakee, St. John, Myron F. Schmitt 

89. Kewanee, Peace, E. G. Pfundt 

90. *Kewanee, St. Peter: Vacant 

91. Lake Zurich, St. Peter: Vacant 

92. La Moille, St. Paul, Roland L. Hosto 

93. La Salle, Evan. & Ref., Walter Kleff- 

mann 

94. Lena, Salem, Robert A. Marquardt 

95. Lincoln, St. John, Harold J. Barth 

96. Lyons, St. John, F. H. Krohne 

97. Manhattan, St. Paul, George E. Fuchs 

98. Maywood, Calvary Community. Her¬ 

bert F. Reichert 

99. Melrose Park, St. John, W. .T. Cramer 

100. Minier, St. John, Wm. A. Mueller 

101. Minonk, St. Paul, Paul Buchmueller 

102. Mokena, St. John, William J. Riemann 
Monee-Richton: Walter W. Bloesch 

103. St. Paul, Monee 

104. St. Paul, Richton 

105. Naperville, St. John, Henry D. Voss 

106. Northbrook, St. Peter Ev. Neighbor¬ 

hood, A. H. Bizer 

North Grove-Adeline: Albert A. Susott 

107. Zion, Adeline 

108. Zion, North Grove 

109. North Pekin, St. Andrew’s, Carl F. 

Kroenlein 

110. Oak Park. 0»ak Park, Paul C. Bloesch 

111. Orangeville, Grace, A. R. Felts, Supply 

112. Palatine, St. Paul, Glenn G. Gumm 

113. Palatine, R. D. 2, St. John, Peter H. 

Beecken 

114. Papineau, Immanuel, Louis Weiclibrodt. 

Supply 

Pearl City: Armin H. Limper 

115. Ebenezer, R.D. 

116. Salem, R.D. 3 

117. Pekin, St. Paul, Arno A. Zimmerman, 

D.D. 

118. Peoria, Immanuel, Herbert T. Tetzlaff 

119. Peotone, Immanuel, Ewald H. Plass- 

mann 


120 R. D. 1, St. John’s, Ernest Gander 

121. Peru, Zion, C. E. Wierth 

122. Petersburg, St. Paul, Robert S. Nie- 

haus _ , „ 

123. Prairie View, Long Grove, Paul E. 

Irion 

124. *Princeton, R. D. 3, Evan. Prot., Hol- 

lowayville, Robert H. Hosto 

125. Prospect Heights Community, Robert 

F. Klepper 

126. River Grove, Grace, Fred J. Abele 

127. Rockford. Bethel, Howard F. Boyer 

128. Skokie, St. Peter, Paul E. Winger 

129. Waukegan, St. John. Vance-Geier 

130. West Chicago, St. Michael, A. Klug 

Indiana 

131. Crown Point, St. John, Paul F. Umbeck 

132. Dyer, Zion, Henry J. Meier 

133. Gary, First, James M. Johnson 

134. Hammond. Immanuel, Paul G. 

Schaeffer 


Ministers without Charge 

Herbert J. Beecken (M), Fr. Bemberg 
(E), E W. Berlekamp (D), Theodore F. 
Bierbaum (E), Karl Buff (E), A. Wilson 
Cheek (G), P. N. Crusius (D), Henry W. 
Dinkmeyer, D.D. (D), Fred J. Drucker, Her¬ 
man Eiserer (E), K. Freytag (E), Lee J. 
Gable (G), Joseph A. George, D.D. (D), 

G. S. Gerhold (E), George W. Goebel (E), 
L. W. Goebel, D.D., LL.D. (D), G. Thomas 
Haller, (E), Wm. J. Halfter, Ph.D. (D), 
Martin C. Hoefer (E), Otto Hoffner (E), 
Hugo J. Hollerorth, W. F. Huebner. Clar¬ 
ence E. Josephson, D.D. (D), Adolph Kalk- 
brenner (E), E. A. Kielsmeier (E), Arthur 
R. Koch (G), C. A. Koenig (E). J. C. Koenig 
(M), Robert E. Koenig (D), William Koshe- 
wa (D), Hugo Leinberger (G), Robert G. 
Leonhardt, Adolf W. Mallick (E), Th. V. 
Mueller, D.D. (D), A. J. Munstermann (D), 
Paul Repke (E), Frederick W. Ringe, Lee 
D. Rockwell (D), Karl A. Roth (I), John 

H. Schultz (D), George A. Schultze (E), 
John H. Shope, Ph.D. (G), C. G. Stanger 
(E). Paul Stoerker, (E), Leonhardt J. F. 
Stuckwisch (Ch), Herman Tietke (E), Rob¬ 
ert H. Vitz (Ch), Verne H. Warner (Ch). 
FnmriP s Wphrli mu W. H. Wyler (E). 


NORTHWEST OHIO SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. C. Kent Chidester. 367 
Plymouth St., Toledo 5, Ohio; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent. Rev. Emil H. Bassler, 115 N. Frank¬ 
lin St.. New Bremen, Ohio; Secretary, Rev. 
Hugo C. Kellermeyer, 855 Brice Ave., Lima. 
Ohio; Treasurer, Mrs. Earl M. Abele, 1416 
Sanduskv St.. Sandusky, Ohio; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. Adolph Koenig, R. 1, New Bremen. 
Ohio. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Ohio 

Ada: Frederick H. Klemme 

1. Heidelberg, Lafayette, R. D. 

2. St. Paul, Ada 

3. Archbold, St. John’s, Nathan B. 

Wierwill 

4. Bascom, Union, R. W. Blemker 
Baseline-Chatfield: P. W Lammers 

5. College Hill. Bloomville, R.D. 

6. Grace, Chatfield 

7. St. John’s, Baseline 


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8. Bellevue, St. Paul, Walter B. Leis, D.p. 

9. Bettsville, Zion, Charles M. Prugh, 

Supply 

10. Bloomville, Bloomville, Walter Ott 
Bluffton: Vernon C. Oppermann 

11. Emmanuel (Rural) 

12. St. John, Bluffton 

13. Bucyrus, St. John, Brice L. Chidester 

14. Crestline, Calvary, Werner L. Margard 

15. St. Paul, Independent, Crestline, 

R. D. 1, W. L. Margard, Supply 

16. Defiance, St. John, Orville H. Schroer 

17. Delaware, First, Arwood J. Sterrett 

18. Elliston, Trinity, Walter E. Vonderohe 

19. Elmore, St. John, C. Ralph Schmidt 

20. Findlay, First, J. Bajema, Supply 
Fireside-Hunt’s Corners: Vacant 

21. Zion, Fireside 

22. Zoar, Hunt’s Corners 

23. Ft. Seneca, Ft. Seneca, Arthur A. Von 

Gruenigen 

24. Fostoria, First: Vacant 

25. Fostoria, R. 2, St. John, Richard B. 

Meckstroth 

26. Fremont, First, George C. Wayman 

27. Galion, First, Ruben R. Elliker 
Galion Rural: Wallace W. Foust, D.D., 

Supply 

28. Emmanuel, Galion, R. D. 

29. Peace, Galion, R. 2 

30. Ganges, Community, Marion C. Harri¬ 

son 

31. Genoa. St. John, Paul O. David 

32. Haskins. Immanuel, Federated, Alfred 

W. McLeese 

Henrietta-Mitiwanga: Samuel H. 

M&tzkfi 

33. Henrietta, Huron, R. D. 2 

34. Mitiwanga, Mitiwanga 

35. Holgate, R. 1, St. John, Otto Stock- 

meier 

Kenton: Elmer A. Gradwohl 

36. First, Kenton 

37. Salem, Kenton, R. 1 
Kenton: Stanley L. Fritz 

38. St. John, Kenton 

39. *St. Peter. Goshen Twp. 

40. *Ivettlersville, Immanuel, George Diehm 

41. Liberty Center, St. John: Vacant 

42. Lima. Calvary. Hugo C. Kellermeyer 

43. First, Paul H. Graeser 

44. Lytton, Zion, Charles I. Lau 

45. Mansfield, St. John, John C. Melchert 

46. Mansfield. R. D. 5, St. Peter, James 

R. Davis, Supply 

47. Marion, First, J. Paul Goebel 

48. Salem, L. Harrison Ludwig 

49. McCutchenville, Trinity: Vacant 

50. Millbury, St. Peter, Martin F. Flatter 

51. Monroeville, R. D. 1, St. John, E. C. 

Klutey, Supply 

52. New Bavaria, Emanuel, Otto H. Scherry 

53. New Bremen, St. Paul, Emil H. Bassler 

54. St. Peter, Herbert Baur 

55. Zion, L. G. Fritz 
50. New Knoxville, First. D. A. Bode, D.D. 

57. Oak Harbor, St. Paul, Otto C. Doenges 

58. Payne, St. Jacob, J. Theo. Bucher 
Prospect: Eugene T. Henzel 

59. Emanuel, nr Green Camp 

60. Zion, Prospect 

61. Republic, Union, Joel C. Krumlauf, 

Supply 

62. Rockford, R. D., St. Paul: Vacant 

63. St. Marys, St. Paul: Vacant 

64. Sandusky, Emmanuel, Robert B. Frey 

65. First, Arthur R. Von Gruenigen 

66. St. Stephen, Richard C. Belsan 

67. Shelby, Evan. & Ref., Marion C. Harri¬ 

son 

68. Sherwood, Zion : Vacant 

69. Sidney, St. Paul: Vacant 

70. Spencerville, First Federated, Arlie E. 

Porter 

71. Sulphur Springs, Hope, Adrian O. Kipp 

72. Sycamore, Sycamore, Charles F. Brouse 

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73. Tiffin, St. John, Harvey J. Zuern 

74. Second, David R. Raiser 

75. Trinity, John W. Myers, S.T.D. 

76. R. 4, St. Jacob, Adams Twp.: Joel 

C. Krumlauf, Supply 

77. Toledo, First, Theodore J. Klaudt 

7S. Grace, Henderson, L. V. Shinn, D.D. 
79. Memorial, C. Kent Chidester 

50. St. Paul, Henry W. Haberkamp 

51. Salem, C. T. Roeck 

82. Upper Sandusky, Trinity, Paul E. 

Rohrbaugh 

83. Upper Sandusky, R. D., Emanuel, Earl 

E. Engle 

S4. Van Wert, St. Peter, Victor P. Wier- 
wille 

Van Wert Rural: F. H. Graeper 

85. St. John, Convoy 

86. St. Paul, Harrison Twp. 

Vermilion: Norman S. Greenawalt 

87. Brownlielm, Vermilion, R. 1 

88. First, Vermilion 
Waldo: William F. Kissel 

89. St. John, Richland Twp. 

90. St. Joseph, Waldo 

91. Wapakoneta, St. Paul, Richard J. Loew 

92. Whetstone, St. Johns: Vacant 

Ministers without Charge 
A. H. Achtermann (Ch), Otto F. Artopoeus 
(M), E. A. Beck (E), Karl H. Beck (M), 
Chas. W. Brugh (E), H. H. Casselman, D.D. 
(E), Ira W. Frantz (D), John Goebel (E), 
Alfred Grether (E), Frederick W. Hoffman, 
D.D. (E), Henry Juergens (E), Emil C. 
Klutey, H. R. Kreider, Ph.D. (E), Joel C. 
Krumlauf, Wm. H. Lahr (E), David S. 
Noss (D), Charles M. Prugh, Th.D. (D), 
Solomon I. Royer (E), Paul H. Saleste, 
Ph.D., Roger L.. Shinn, Ph.D. (D), Albert 
C. Shuman, D.D. (E), Maynard H. Stroth- 
mann (D), John J. Vogt (E), J. F. Vorn- 
holt (E), Reinliard Wobus (E), Edward E. 
Zechiel, D.D. (D). Licentiate: E. Earle 
Stibitz (D). 


NORTH WISCONSIN SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire: Vice-President and 
Secretary, 1952; all others, 1953) 

President, Rev. Julius C. Rosenau, 535 
3rd Ave., Wausau, Wis.; Vice-President, 
Rev. John R. Seidler, 2242 State St, New 
Holstein, Wis.; Secretary, Rev. Edward A. 
Mayer, 615 Deleglise St., Antigo, Wis.; 
Treasurer, Rev. Paul Blaufuss, 1509 Mar¬ 
shall St., Manitowoc, Wis.; Lay Member, 
Mr. George Duchow, Potter, Wis. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Wisconsin 
Alma: Supplied 

1. Hope, Cochrane, Rev. Melvin C. Wit- 

mer, Supply 

2. St. Luke’s, Tell, Rev. H. W. 

Schweppe, Supply 

3. St. Paul, Alma 

4. Antigo, Evan. & Ref., Edward A. Mayer 

5. Appleton, St. John, Andrew Guenther 
Athens-Milan: H. H. Heutzenroeder 

6. Christ, Athens 

7. St. John, Milan 
Bethel-Schleswig: Wolfgang C. Koehler 

8. Bethel, Town Herman 11, Elkhart 

Lake, R. 1 

9. Bethlehem, Schleswig, Kiel, R. 1 
Black Creek-Cicero: Edward D. Rodel 

10. St. John, Black Creek 



11. St. John, Cicero Twp. 
Brillion-Reedsville: Ralph W. Kluge 

12. Friedens, Brillion 

13. Friedens, Reedsville 

14. Cecil, St. John, Florenz H. Eversman 

15. Chilton, Ebenezer, Orval M. Egbert 

10. Cleveland, R. I). 1, St. Paul, Town 

Mosel, Win. C. Beckmann 
Colby-Curtiss: Franz P. Puhlmann 

17. First, Colby 

18. Peace, Curtiss 

19. Elkhart Lake, Community, Paul A. 

Olrn 

20. Elkhart Lake, R. D., St. John. Town 

Herman, W. G. Schultz 

21. Elkhart Lake, R. 1). 2, St. Paul, Town 

Russell, Karl J. Ernst, Ph.D. 

22. Elkhart Lake, R. D. 2, St. reter. Town 

Rhine, Arthur F. Selmikeit 
Fond du Lac: Karl Koehler 

23. Peace, Fond du Lac 

24. Bethel, Town Byron 

Fremont-Dale: Victor O. Grossliuescli 

25. Hope, Fremont 
2G. Zion, Dale 

27. Green Bay, First, Edward J. Busse 
Greenwood : Vacant 

28. Salem, Town Longwood 

29. Zion, Greenwood 

30. Greenwood, R. D. 2, Immanuel: Vacant 

31. Bethany, Town Hoard: Vacant 
Humbird-Fall Creek: Benjamin Stucki, 

Supply 

32. St. John, Humbird 

33. Peace, Fall Creek 

34. Kaukauna, Immanuel, John Sclieib 

35. Kiel. St. Peter, Edward L. Wort liman, 

D.D. 

30. Kohler, Grace, Arinin A. Duchow 

37. Malone, R. D. 1, St. Paul, Supplied 

38. Manitowoc, First, A. C. Fischer and 

Richard P. Schmitz 

39. St. John, Paul H. Blaufuss 

40. Manitowoc, R. D. 3, Salem Ebenezer. 

K. J. Stuebbi. D.D. 
Marinette-Porterfield: Vacant 

41. Peace, Marinette 

42. First, Porterfield 
Medford-Dorcliester: Fred W. Kollatli 

43. Community, Medford 

44. Peace, Dorchester 

45. Menominee (Mich.), Trinity: Supplied 
Merrill: Walter W. Vogelmann 

40. St. Stephen, Merrill 

47. St. Paul, Merrill, II.D. 

Mosel-Meeme: Carl G. Schmahl 

48. St. James, Spring Valley 

49. St. Mark’s, Town Mosel 

50. Neenah, Immanuel, Otto J. Sclieib 
Neillsville: William F. Koehler 

51. Immanuel, Black River Falls 

52. Zion, Neillsville 

53. Neillsville, Winnebago Indian Mission, 

Black River Falls. Benj. Stucki, 
Mitchell Wliiterabbit and Jacob W. 
Grether 

54. New Holstein. St. John, John R. Seidler 

55. Newton. St. John, Supplied 

50. Oshkosh, St. Paul, Theodore Irion 
Oshkosh: Edwin Becker 

57. Emmanuel, Oshkosh 

58. New Bethel. Oshkosh. R. 2 
Oslikosh-Blackwolf: Albert A. Meus- 

sling 

59. First, Oshkosh 

00. New Elm, Blackwolf 
01. Plymouth, Salem, Harold H. Ley 
02. Zoar, Otto A. Menke, Supply 
03. Plymouth. R R. 1, Salem, Town She¬ 
boygan Falls, O. A. Menke 
04. Plymouth. R. R. 3, Immanuel, Town 
Herman, Edmond M. DeBulir 
05. Potter, Peace, Warren J. Mueller 
00. Rice Lake, Zwingli, Charles A. Koch 
07. *Ripon, First, Egon E. Schieler 
08. Schofield, Peace, Carl H. Nagel 


09. Shawano, Peace, Alfred W. Klumb 

70. Sheboygan, Ebenezer, John A. Gerber 

71. St. John, August Grollmus 

72. St. Paul, Marvin P. Lehmann 

73. Zion, Clarence H. Koehler 

74. Sheboygan Falls, R. 1, Saron, A. George 

Schmid 

75. Stevens Point. Peace, Edwin H. Vorn- 

holt 

Stratford-Marshfield : George E. Behrens 
70. Ebenezer. Stratford. R. R. 2 

77. St. Paul. Marshfield 

78. Wausau, Grace, Julius C. Rosenau 

79. St. Paul, W. H. Ortwein 
Wisconsin Rapids-Arpin: Elmer A. 

Becker 

80. St. John, Arpin 

81. St. John, Wisconsin Rapids 

Ministers without Charge 

John M. Bauer (E), Joseph Bauer, Ph.D. 

(D) . Harrold M. Burt, F. O. Claussen (E), 
E. II. Fledderjolin, D.D. (D), Josias Friedli, 

D. D. (D), Jacob W. Grether (D), August 

E. Ilammann (E), Caleb Hauser (E), Louis 
C. Hessert. D.D>. (D), Theophilus F. II. 
Ilil' email (D). Roland D. Kley (D). John 
C. Klingeberger, E. G. Krampe, D.D. (E), 
Arthur M. Krueger, D.D. (D), Edw. R. 
Krueger (E). Walter F. Kuentzel (D), Gus¬ 
tav C. Meininger (I), Otto J. F. Saewert 

(E) , Herman G. Schmid, Clarence L. Schmidt 
(D), George A. Schultz, Benjamin Stucki 
(D). Edwin II. Wessler, D.D. (E), George 
E. Wolfe. Licentiates: Alvin Stacy (E), 
R. Stuebbe. 


PACIFIC NORTHWEST SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire. President and Secretary, 
1952; others 1953) 

President, Rev. E. Tischhauser, 1620 S. 
23rd St., Tacoma 3, Wash.; Vice-President, 
Rev. Frank A. Shults, D.D.. 424 N. Main 
St.. Gresham, Oregon: Secretary, Rev. A. H. 
Elshoff. 405 Fifth St., East, Tillamook, 
Oregon: Treasurer, Mr. L. C. Michener, 5310 
N. E. Mason St., Portland, Oregon; Lay 
Member, Mr. Paul H. Howe, 1000 N.E. 58th 
Ave., Portland 13, Oregon. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Idaho 

1. Payette, St. John. Henry C. Warber 

2. Rupert, Salem: Vacant 

Oregon 

3. Gresham, Zion. Frank A. Shults, D.D. 

4. Hillsboro, R. 1. Emanuel, Herbert 

Rydrnan, Supply 

5. Hillsdale, Hillsdale, Walter M. Fru- 

tiger 

6. Meridian, nr Wilsonville, John T. 

Braun 

7. Portland, First. C. W. H. Sauerwein 

8. St. John, Frederick G. Plocher 

9. St. Paul, Herbert H. Bock, Supply 

10. Second, Harvey T. Goodling and A. 

E. Wyss 

11. Third. Edwin B. Gunnemann 

12. Salem. Bethany, Russell Mayer 

13. Tillamook, St. John, August H. Elshoff 

Washington 

14. Everett, Zion, E. J. Becker, Supply 

15. Quincy, Ebenezer, Ernst H. Nussmann 
10. Seattle, Broadview, Carl F. Sturm 


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17. St. Paul, Theo. H. Van Dyck 

IS. Tacoma, Emmanuel Ev. Lutli., E. Tisch- 
hauser 

19. Toppenish, Zion Evan. Lutli., C. War- 

ber, Supply 

20. Walla Walla, Peace, David K. Schmidt 

Ministers without Charge 

E. J. Becker (E), Paul .T. Bock (G), Wil¬ 
son B. DeChant (Cli), John Egger (E), 

C. F. Howe (E), Paul dueling (E), W. G. 
Lienkaemper. D.D. (E), Frederic F. Ott 
(E), Karl Pfeiffer (E), Charles Warber (E). 


PHILADELPHIA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. James W. Bright. D.D., 
US W. Fornance St., Norristown, Pa.; Vice- 
President, Rev. William R. Shaffer. D.D.. 
7253 Ogontz Ave., Philadelphia 38, Pa.: 
Secretary, Rev. George A. Smith, Fort 
Washington, Pa.; Treasurer, Mr. A. Calvin 
Frantz, 220 Rosemore Ave., Glenside, Pa.: 
Lay Member, Mr. Harold D. Steinbright, 
Cedars. Pa. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

Anselma-Lionville, Charles G. Link 

1. St. Matthew, Anselma 

2. St. Paul, Lionville 

3. Blue Bell, Boehm, Ralph E. Hartman, 

D.D. 

4. Collegeville, Trinity, Alfred L. Creager 

5. Doylestown. Salem, Charles F. Free¬ 

man, D.D. 

6. Eureka, Pleasantville, Wallace A. Baum 

7. Fort Washington, St. Paul, George A. 

Smith 

8. Glenside, Glenside, E. Kenneth Snyder 

9. Hatfield, Heidelberg, Walter R. Clark 

10. Havertown, St. James: Vacant 
Hilltown: John E. Wildasin, D.D. 

11. St. Luke, Dublin 

12. St. Peter, Fricks 

13. Indian Creek, Christ, Walter K. Beat- 

tie, Th.D. 

14. Kellers Church, Solomon’s: Vacant 

15. Ivnauertown, St. Peter, Ethelbert B. 

Yost, Supply 

16. Lansdale. St. John, Harold E. Ditzler 
Linfield-Shenkel: Russell R. G. Berger 

17. Linfield, Linfield 

IS. Shenkel, Pottstown, R. D. 2 

Nockamixon-Tinicum: Victor Steinberg 

19. St. Luke, Ferndale 

20. Lower Tinicum, Tinicum 

21. Upper Tinicum, Erwinna 

22. Norristown, Ascension, James W. 

Bright, D.D. 

23. Christ, Cyrus T. Glessner, D.D. 

24. Trinity, Wilmer H. Long 

25. North Wales, St. Luke, John M. 

Herzog 

26. Perkasie, St. Stephen, Wilbur E. 

Trexler 

27. Philadelphia. Bethany, Fox Chase, 

Philip W. Weiss 

28. Bethlehem, William S. Kehl 

29. Calvary, W. Jorris Beckmann 

30. Christ, Elmer E. Leiphart, D.D. 

31. Emanuel, Bridesburg, Vernon E. 

Firrne 

32. Emanuel, West Phila., Charles Peters, 

Ph.D., Supply 

33. Faith, William R. Shaffer, D.D. 

34. First, John N. Bethune, Ph.D. 

35. Grace, Bertram M. Werkheiser 

36. Heidelberg. John C. Heater 

37. Karmel. William G. Weiss 

38. Messiah, Lawrence L. Felton 


39. Mount Ilermon, Dewees F. Singley 

40. Oak Lane, Nevin M. Kirk 

41. Olivet, John R. Weiler 

42. Palatinate, Wayne W. Witte 

43. St. Andrew, Edwin L. Werner 

44. St. John: Vacant 

45. St. Luke: Vacant 

46. St. Mark, Norman C. Dittes 

47. St. Matthew, Fritz Chartron 

48. St. Stephen, Carl T. Smith 

49. Salem-Zion, Clair V. Rhodes 

50. Tabor. Theron M. Snyder 

51. Trinity, George E. Dillinger 

52. Woodcrest, Jerome A. Wenner 
Phoenixville-Stowe Hungarian: Tibor 

Csikesz, Th.D. 

53. Plioenixville: Hungarian 
54; Stowe: Hungarian 

55. Plioenixville, St. John: Vacant 

56. Plioenixville, R. I). 2, East Vincent, 
R. F. Brillhart 

57. Pikeland, St. Peter, R. F. Brillhart, 
Supply 

Pottstown 

St. Paul-St. John: Paul C. Scheirer 

58. St. John, Pottstown 

59. St. Paul. Stowe 

60. Trinity. John B. Fantz 

61. Zion, Howard A. Kosman 

62. Quakertown, First, Paul T. Stoudt 

63. Royersford, First, Franklin P. Watts 
St. Vincent: Michael R. Schmidt 

64. St. Paul, Pottstown 

65. St. Vincent, Spring City, R. D. 

66. Sellersville, St. Paul, C. Frederick S. 
Billmyer 

67. Skippack, Trinity. Edward S. DeChant 

68. Souderton, Zwingli, Alfred M. Rahn 

69. Spring City, First, Garnet O. Adams 

70. Spring City, R. D., Brownbacks, Lloyd 
J. Sandt 

Springfield, Bucks Co.: George E. 
Herbert 

71. St. John, Richlandtown 

72. Trinity, Pleasant Valley 

73. Springfield. Delaware Co., St. Paul’s, 
Richard J. Keen 

Telford: Charles W. Buffington 

74. Immanuel, nr Souderton 

75. Trinity, Telford 
Tohickon: Nevin E. Sehellenbergcr 

76. St. Andrew, So. Perkasie 

77. St. Peter, Weisel 
7S. Trappe, St. Luke, Arthur C. Ohl 

Trumbauersville: G. Raymond Winters 
79. Christ, Trumbauersville 
SO. Jerusalem. Almont 

81. Ridge Valley, Argus 
Wentz: Ralph L. Folk 

82. Grace, West Point 

83. Wentz, Worcester 

Ministers without Charge 

H. A. I. Benner (E). Silas P. Bittner, 
Th.D., D.D. (D), Ann Blasberg (G), William 
II. Daniels (M), Clement W. DeChant. Her¬ 
bert Dumstrey (Ch), Dobbs F. Elilman, 
Ph.D., D.D. (I>), Edwin N. Faye, Jr. (Ch), 
Harry F. Fenstermacher (Ch), Franklin H. 
Fisher, D.D. (E), Gerard II. Gebhard (D), 
Eugene A. Grau (M), Gustav A. Haack (E), 
II. II. Hartman, D.D. (E), Hartlaml II. 
Helmich (D). Charles E. Hess (G), Richard 

E. Hunter (G), George Kern (E), W. Sher¬ 
man Kerschner, D.D. (D). Thomas M. 
Kressley (E), John Lentz, D.D. (E), 
J. N. LeVan, D.D.. Litt.D. (D), Henry 
G. Maeder, Ph.D. (E). E. L. McLean. 
D.D. (E). J. O. Herbert Meyer (I). Laurence 
C. T. Miller, D.D. (D). Albert C. Nuessle 
(I), Charles Peters, Ph.D. (E), Carl G. 
Petri, D.D. (E), John H. Poorman (D), 
AValter E. Reifsnyder, Ph.D. (Ch), Linden 
II. Rice (E), Oscar J. Rumpf (D), Maurice 
Samson, D.D. (E), Chas. PL Schaeffer, D.D., 
S.T.D. (D), Edward L. Schlingman (D). 

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Charles W. Schwantes (D), Franklin I. 
Sheeder, D.D. (D), U. O. Silvius, D.D. (B), 
Perry L. Smith, D.D. (D), Samuel P. Stauf¬ 
fer (E), Ralph S. Weiler, D.D. (D), Fred 
D. Wentzel, D.D. (D), Ethelbert B. Yost. 
Licentiates: Geo. W. Waidner (E), Daniel 
Youngman. 

PITTSBURGH SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Emory M. Dietrich, D.D., 
Lincoln Hwy., East McKeesport, Pa.; Vice- 
President, Rev. Russell C. Eroh, Ph.D., 
320 S. Maple Ave., Greensburg, Pa.; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Howard F. Loch, 333 N. McKean 
St., Kittanning, Pa.; Treasurer, Rev. Ira 
R. Harkins, 608 Main St., Berlin, Pa.; Lay 
Member, Mr. M. L. Robb, R. D. 3, Turtle 
Creek, Pa. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Maryland 

1. Cumberland, St. Mark, Carl H. Clapp 

2. Zion, Raymond A. Faulds, Jr. 

3. St. Matthew’s, Bowling Green, Charles 

L. Voll 

4. Frostburg, Salem, George L. Wehler 

5. Zion: Vacant 

Pennsylvania 

6. Apollo, First: Vacant 
Beam: Warren O. Ziegler 

7. Beam, nr Jennerstown 

8. St. Paul, Boswell 

9. St. Peter, Edie 

10. Trinity, Jennerstown 
Beaver: Roy L. Frazier 

11. St Mark, Monroe 

12. St. Paul, Knox, R. R. 

13. Berlin, Trinity, Ira R. Harkins 

14. Braddock, St. Luke: Vacant 

15. Butler, Bethany, Frank Hiack 

16. St. Paul, Walter M. Trogler 
Cochranton: Leo D. Horn 

17. St. John, Deckards 

18. St. Mark, E. Fairfield 

19. Zion, McDaniels 

20. Cochranton, Trinity, Fairfield Twp., 

L. D. Horn, Supply 

21. Connellsville, Trinity, Paul E. Ober- 

kircher 

22. Darlington, St. John: Supplied 
Delmont: Joseph M. Steinert 

23. Grace, Salem Twp. 

24. Trinity, Delmont 

Denmark Manor-Harrison City: Lee O. 
Worthing 

25. Denmark Manor, nr Harrison City 

26. First, Harrison City 

27. Derry, St. Paul: Vacant 

28. Dorseyville, Trinity, Donald W. 

Schlicher 

Du Bois: Howard W. Walenta 

29. Emmanuel, Boon’s Mountain 

30. St. Luke, Luthersburg 

31. St. Peter. Du Bois 
Duquesne-Homestead, *Gabriel Fackre 

32. Grace, Duquesne 

33. First, Homestead 

34. Ellwood City, Immanuel, Loy C. 

Gobrecht 

35. Evans City, St. John, Donald C. Book 

36. Export, Emmanuel, H. A. Robb 

37. Olive, Murrysville, H. A. Robb, Supply 
Fairview: C. L. Bash 

38. St. John, Chicora 

39. St. Peter, Fairview 
Glade: Alvin E. Master 

40. Glade, Berlin, R. 1 

41. St. John, Shanksville 

42. St. Luke, Berlin, R. 5 


43. Trinity, Berlin, R. 1 

44. Greensburg, First, Russel C. Eroh. 

Ph.D. 

45. Third, Samuel E. Lobach 

46. Trinity, R. D. 1, Old Stanton 

47. Trinity, Paul R. Pontius, D.D. 

48. Greenville, Zion, Paul C. Shumaker 

49. Harmony, Grace, Loran W. Vieth 

50. Holsopple, Christ, James S. Carr, 

Supply 

Hyndman-Wellersburg: Frederick D. 
Oberkircher 

51. First, Hyndman 

52. Redeemer, Ellerslie (Md.) 

53. St. John, Corriganville (Md.) 

54. Zion, Wellersburg 

55. Irwin, First, George A. Shults 

56. Jeannette, Grace, George P. Kehl 

57. Johnstown, St. John, George T. Fitz 

58. St. Paul, Albert M. Wright 
Kittanning: Howard F. Loch 

59. St. Luke, Kittanning 

60. Mount Union, Kittanning, R. 2 

61. Larimer, St. John, Arthur W. Papen- 

meier 

62. Latrobe, Christ, Harvey W. Black 
Manor-Brush Creek, George H. Yoder 

63. Salem, Brush Creek, Irwin, R. 5 

64. First, Manor 

65. McKeesport, First, H. C. Musser 

66. First Hungarian, Nicholas Wes- 

selenyi 

67. Meadville, St. Paul, William S. Brown 

68. Zion: Vacant 

69. Meyersdale, Amity, Edwin C. Nagle 
70 Middle Lancaster, St. Peter’s, Loran 

W. Vieth, Supply 

71. Millvale, First, Augustus C. Peeler 
Mount Pleasant: Marvin E. Heath 

72. First, Mt. Pleasant 

73. St. John, Mt. Pleasant Twp. 

74. New Kensington, Trinity, R. Vincent 

Hartman 

Olivet: Robert E. Dickey 

75. St. John, nr Meridian 

76. St. Paul, Connoquenessing 
Paradise: Vacant 

77. Paradise, Reynoldsville, R. D. 3 

78. Trinity, Troutville 
Paradise: Ira S. Monn 

79. St. John, Salisbury 

SO. Trinity, Grantsville (Md.), R. F. D. 

81. Pitcairn, First, John R. Bucher 
Pittsburgh 

82. Ascension, Henry L. Krause 

83. Grace: Vacant 

84. Mount Troy, Charles A. Ittel 

85. St. Mark: Vacant 

86. *St. Paul (“E”), Supplied 

87. St. Paul (“R”), Supplied 

88. St. Peter (Spring Garden), P. Benthin 

89. St. Peter Evan. Luth., Theo. C. 

Honold 

90. St. Peter, Richard Rettig, D.D. 
Pleasant Unity: A. H. K. Hoshauer 

91. St. Luke, Pleasant Unity 

92. St. Paul, Trauger 

93. Punxsutawney, St. Peter, Charles O. 

Leibig 

Pymatuning: Eli R. Fabian 

94. St. Mark, New Hamburg 

95. Zion, Transfer 
Red Bank: Vacant 

96. Nevin Memorial, Frogtown 

97. St. John, Sprankle Mills 

98. Trinity, Alcola 

99. Ridgway, Evan, and Reformed: Vacant 
Rimersburg: George A. Robb 

100. Grace, Curllsville 

101. Jerusalem, Rimersburg 

102. Rockwood, Trinity, Arthur J. Miller 
Ruffsdale-New Stanton: Robert V. 

Johnson 

103. Christ, Ruffsdale 

104. St. Luke, New Stanton 

105. Zion, Alverton 


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St. Petersburg: Vacant 

106. St. John, Emlenton 

107. St. Peter, St. Petersburg 

108. Salem, Lamartine 
Salem: Raymond C. Strine 

109. Belknap, Dayton 

110. Eddyville, Eddyville 

111. Salem, nr Yatesboro 

112. Salina, Salina: Vacant 

113. Scottdale, Trinity, Jacob F. Painter 

114. Sharon, St. Paul, J. H. Reese 

115. Sharpsburg, St. John, Robert C. Steele 

116. Sharpsville, Grace, William H. Cogley 
Shenango: J. Miles Walthour 

117. Jerusalem, Otter Creek Twp. 

118. St. John, Fredonia 
Somerset: George L. Roth, D.D. 

119. St. Paul, Somerset 

120. Salem, Lavansville 
South Bend: Vacant 

121. St. Jacob’s, South Bend 

122. «t. Paul, Rural Valley, R. D. 

123. St. Thomas, Gastown 
Stoystown: James S. Carr 

124. Friedens, Friedens 

125. Mt. Tabor, Stoystown, R. D. 

126. St. Paul, Stoystown 
Sugar Creek: F. Arthur Guldin 

127. St. Paul, Chicora, R. D. 1 

128. Trinity, Brady’s Bend 

129. Titusville, St. Paul, James C. Cameron 

130. Turtle Creek, Calvary, Francis X. 

Pirazzini 

Vandergrift-Pine Run: C. H. Kichline 

131. First, Vandergrift 

132. Pine Run. Apollo, R. 1 
Watson Run: Vacant 

133. Mercy, Saegerstown 

134. St. John, Meadville, R. 5 

135. Watson Run, Meadville, R. D. 
Wilhelm: Clarence E. Whetstone 

136. St. John, Grantsville (Md.) 

137. St. Paul, Meyersdale, R. D. 1 

138. Wilkinsburg, Trinity, E. Roy Corman, 

D.D. 

Wills Creek: J. Earl Dobbs 

139. Glencoe, Glencoe 

140. Grace, Sand Patch 

141. Mt. Lebanon, Glencoe, R. 1 

142. St. Mark, Meyersdale, R. 3 
Youngwood-Harrold’s: Carl J. Rote 

143. First, Youngwood 

144. St. John, Harrold’s 
Yukon-Seanors: George R. Geisler 

145. Seanors, R. D., New Stanton 

146. Grace, Yukon 

147. Zelienople, St. Peter, Robert F. Harting 
Zion: Frank D. Witmer 

148. Grace, Garrett 

149. Mt. Zion, Berlin, R. D. 

150. St. Paul, Berlin, R. D. 

Ministers without Charge 
A. B. Bauman, D.D. (E), Morris H. 
Cooper (D), Emory M. Dietrich (D), Wil¬ 
liam S. Fisher (E), Moses N. George (E), 
John J. Gilbert (E), J. C. Glessner (M), 
Alfred J. Herman (E), Clarence B. Hower, 
Ralph Johnson (E), Norman G. Kehrli (G), 
Frank L. Kerr (E), William H. Kerschner 
(E), Horace R. Lequear (E), Hugh D. 
Maxwell (I), Sarkis Papajian (G), Conrad 
N. Sprenger, Karl A. Stein, D.D. (E), V. J. 
Tingler (E), A. W. Von Kaske (E), Edwin 
R. Weidler (Ch), L. N. Wilson (I), John 
A. Yount (E). 


POTOMAC SYNOD 

Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. J. Edmund Lippy, 17 Bond 
St., Westminster, Md.; Vice-President, Rev. 
Arthur W. Newell, 33 Willway Ave.. Rich¬ 

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mond 21, Va.; Secretary, Rev. Frank K. 
Bostian, 3003 Gwynns Falls Pkwy., Balti¬ 
more 16, Md.; Treasurer, Mr. H. W. Schul- 
theis, 800 Baltimore Life Bldg., Baltimore 
1, Md.; Lay Member, Mr. Glen E. Gordon, 
1519 N. Wakefield, Arlington 7, Va. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


District of Columbia 
Washington 

1. Concordia, Henry C. Koch. D.D. 

2. First, F. Nelsen Schlegel and An¬ 

drew Y. Kuroda 

3. Grace, Robert W. Olewiler 

Maryland 

Adamstown-Grace: Walter D. Mehrling 

4. Trinity, Adamstown 

5. Grace, nr Pearl 

6. Annapolis, St. Martin, Homer W. Koch, 

Jr. 

7. Ardmore, Union, J. Richard Gladfelter 

8. Baltimore, Bethel, W. R. Strietelmeier 

9. Christ, John S. Hollenbach, S.T.D. 

10. Faith, Joseph N. Pedrick 

11. First and St. Stephen, Roy C. 

Snyder 

12. First United, C. T. Schaefer 

13. Grace, Paul Nagy, Jr. 

14. Huber Memorial, Erwin H. Buene- 

man 

15. Immanuel, Herman J. Helfrich 

16. Messiah, Frank K. Bostian 

17. Messiah, Woodlawn, Joseph T. Ham¬ 

mond, Jr. 

18. Middle River, Protestant Community, 

Francis R. Casselman, D.D. and 
Carl K. Marks 

19. Park Community, J. Arthur Gesch- 

wind and Addison H. Groff. D.D. 

20. St. John Concordia, E. J. F. Dettbarn 

21. St. John, W. H. Kochheim 

22. St. Luke, Paul G. Gabler 

23. St. Mark, John R. T. Hedeman 

24. St. Mark’s, Morrell Park, John D. 

Kehoe 

25. St. Matthew, Gottlieb Siegenthaler 

and David C. Mark 

26. Trinity, C. Talmage King 

27. United, Titus Lehmann 

28. United Church of St. Luke and St. 

John, Francis A. Leiby 

29. Zion, Norman L. Horn 

30. *Zion Evan., Stemmer’s Run, John 

W. Schauer, Sr. 

Boonsboro: Robert V. Mays 

31. Christ, Sharpsburg 

32. Mt. Vernon, Keedysville 

33. Trinity, Boonsboro 

34. Cambridge, Immanuel, Clyde F. Straub 
Carroll: J. Keller Brantley 

35. Benjamin, Westminster, R. D. 2 

36. Jerusalem, Westminster, R. D. 2 

37. St. Matthew, Westminster, R. D. 2 
Cavetown: J. Odell Zechman 

38. Christ, Cavetown 

39. St. James, Wolfsville 

40. Christ, Funkstown 

Clear Spring: J. W. Huffman 

41. St. John, Clear Spring 

42. St. Paul, Clear Spring, R. D. 

43. Emmitsburg, Incarnation, Edmund P. 

Welker 

44. Frederick, Evangelical, Paul L. Alt- 

house 

45. Grace: Raymond E. Wilhelm, D.D. 
Glade: Charles A. Price 

46. Glade, Walkersville 

47. St. John, Woodsboro 
Hagerstown 

48. Christ, Frederick D. Eyster and 

Richard E. Wentz 

49. Salem, R. 4 



50. Zion, Scott R. Wagner, D.D. and 

Robert W. Delp 

51. Jefferson, Jefferson, G. Ermine Plott 
Manchester: Harvey G. Schlichter 

52. Lazarus, Lineboro 

53. St. Mark, Snydersburg 

54. Trinity, Manchester 
Middletown-Burkittsville: Warren A. 

Breiscli 

55. Christ, Middletown 

56. Resurrection, Burkittsville 

57. Phoenix, First (Jacksonville): Roy C. 

Snyder, Supply 

58. Ridgely, St. Paul, Theodore F. Fischer, 

Supply 

Sabillasville: Claude H. Corl 

59. St. Jacob, Fairfield, Pa.. R. 1 

60. St. John, Sabillasville 

61. St. Stephen, Highfield 

62. Silver Run, St. Mary, Ray E. P. Abbott 
Taneytown: Morgan R. W. Andreas 

63. Grace, Iveysville 

64. Grace, Taneytown 
Thurmont: Edouard II. Taylor 

65. Apple, nr Thurmont 

66. Mt. Tabor, Rocky Ridge 

67. Trinity, Thurmont 

68. Tyrone, Emmanuel (Baust). M. S. 

Reifsnyder, S.T.D. 

Utica: William H. Anderman, Jr. 

69. Grace, Pleasant Hill 

70. Mt. Pleasant. Mt. Pleasant 

71. St. Paul, Utica 

72. Zion, Charlesville 

73. Westminster, St. Paul, J. Edmund 

Lippy 


Virginia 

74. Arlington, Bethel: Vacant 
Edinburg: Timothy Lehmann, D.D., 

LL.D. 

75. Christ, Conicville 

76. St. John, Edinburg 

77. St. Paul, Edinburg 

78. Harrisonburg, St. Stephen. Paul V. 

Helm 

Harrisville: H. A. Behrens 

79. Emmanuel, Fishers Hill 
SO. St. John, Toms Brook 

Lovettsville-Brunswick: Noah II. 
Fravel 

81. First, Brunswick (Md.) 

82. St. James, Lovettsville 

83. Middlebrook. St. John: Vacant 
Mill Creek: Walter R. Hartzell 

84. Emmanuel, Mt. Jackson 

85. Grace, Mt. Jackson, R. D. 

S6. St. John. Mt. Jackson. R. D. 

Mt. Crawford: William H. Groff 

87. St. Andrew, Weyers Cave 

88. St. Paul, Rockland Mills 

89. Trinity, Mt. Crawford 

90. Richmond, St. John, Arthur W. Newell 

91. Roanoke. St. Paul, Frederick G. Traut 
Rockingham: Lee O. Carbaugli 

92. Brown Memorial, McGaheysville 

93. Friedens, Mt. Crawford 

94. St. Michaels, Bridgewater 
Timberville: Edwin M. Alcorn 

95. St. Luke. Timberville, R. D. 

96. Trinity, Timberville 

97. Winchester, Centenary, Stephen L. 

Flickinger, D.D. 

Woodstock: Edward A. Lautenschlager 

98. Mt. Calvary, R. F. D., Woodstock 

99. St. Paul, Woodstock 


West Virginia 

100. Martinsburg, Christ, Aaron M. Gluck, 

D.D. 

Sliepherdstown: Melvin T. Hamm 

101. Christ, Sliepherdstown 

102. Grace, Ivearneyville 


Ministers without Charge 
Arthur W. Barley (E), John L. Barnhart, 
D.D. (E), William R. Barnhart, D.D. (D), 
Wayne H. Bowers (E), Chas. F. Brandt 
(E). Edwin D. Bright (E), William T. Brun- 
dick (Ch), George Iv. Ely (E), Charles En- 
ders, D.D. (E). William S. Gerhard (E), F. 
A. Giese (EL Julius F. Grauel (E), Oscar 
Gutlie (E). Edw. R. llamme, Ed. B. Harp, 
Jr., D.D. (Ch), Benj. Iv. Hay (I), Herbert 
W. Hillebrand (G), Edgar F. Hoffmeier, 
D.D. (E), Geo. W. Iverstetter (G). Henri 

I. . G. Keiffer, D.D. (E), J. Edward Klinga- 
man (I), Chas. W. Levan, D.D. (E), Ernest 

J. Melchert (Ch), Robert Iv. Nace (G). 
Christian Neumann, Clayton H. Ranck (E), 
Wm. G. Seiple, I’ll.I). (E), C. D. Shaffer (I). 
Geo. R. Snyder, D.D. (M), Robt. M. Stahl 
(I), B. L. Stanley (I), John F. Tapy (I). 
Andrew G. Truxal, Pli.D., LL.D. (D), Mark 
G. Wagner (D), Jesse B. Yaukey (I), Elmer 
II. Zaugg, D.D. (I). 


READING SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Paul T. Slinghoff, D.D., 
216 W. Greenwich St., Reading, Pa.: Vice- 
President, Rev. Delas R. Keener, 48 Center 
St., Schuylkill Haven, Pa.; Secretary, Rev. 
W. Ronald Yocom, 136 W. Broad St., Sliill- 
ington. Pa.: Treasurer, Mr. Warren C. M. 
Binckley, 715 Washington St., Reading, 
Pa.: Lay Member, Mr. Daniel S. Adams, 
Esterly, Pa. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

Allegheny: W. Ronald Yocom 

1. Allegheny, Alleghenyville 

2. Plow. Plowville 

3. St. John. Gibraltar 

4. Wyomissing, Gouglersville 
Auburn: Raymond C. Zecliman 

5. Faith, Landingville 

6. St. John, Auburn 

7. St. John. Port Clinton 

8. Zion, Orwigsburg, R. D. 

9. Barnesville, Christ, Rush Twp., John 

A. Ivleinginna 

10. Barnesville, R. D., St. Peter, Arthur 

D. Ivnoebel 

11. Bern Twp., Epler’s, George A. Ehrgood, 

Supply 

Bernville: Frank W. Ruth 

12. Christ. Bernville, R. 3 

13. St. Paul, Tulpehocken 

14. St. Thomas, Bernville 

15. Zion, Strausstown 

16. Boyertown. Good Shepherd, Harper L. 

Schneck 

17. Cressona, St. Mark, George C. Hosier 
Deep Creek: Paul W. Yoli. D.D. 

IS. Christ, Hegins, R. D. 2 

19. Friedens, Hegins 

20. St. John, Ashland, R. I>. 1 

21. St. Paul, Sacramento 

22. Delano, Faith, C. M. Baver. Supply 

23. Esterly, Community, St. Lawrence: 

Vacant 

24. Fleetwood, St. Paul, J. Paul Kehm 

25. Fleetwood. R. D.. Becker’s, St. Peter, 

J. Paul Kehm, Supply 

26. Fleetwood, R. D. 3, Salem (Slialter's). 

Paul P. Haas, Supply 

27. Frackville, St. Peter, John M. Witmer 
Friedensburg, A. Levan Zecliman 

28. St. John. Friedensburg 

29. St. Mark, Summit Station 

30. St. Paul. Summit Station 

31. Salem, Pine Grove. R. D. 

32. Hamburg, First, Ernest F. Andrews 


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33. Laureldale, Rosedale, Samuel Givler, 

Jr. 

Leesport: John K. Stoudt, D.D. 

34. St. John (Gernant’s), Leesport 

35. Trinity, Leesport 

36. Llewellyn, Friedens, George A. Heisey, 

Supply 

37. Mahanoy City, Grace, Clinton M. 

Baver 

38. St. Paul, William H. Siegel 
Minersville-St. Clair: Ralph K. Todd 

30. Emanuel, Minersville 

40. St. John, St. Clair 

41. Mount Aetna, St. John, H. J. Miller, 

Supply 

New Ringgold : John R. Gulick 

42. Christ, McKeansburg 

43. Friedens, New Ringgold 

44. Zion, Lewistown Valley 

45. Zion. Tuscarora 
Oley: Earl G. Wolford 

46. Friedens, Oley 

47. New Jerusalem, Mertztown, R. 1 

48. St. John, Pricetown 

49. Salem, Spangsville 

50. Oley, R. D. 1, Zion (Spies), Paul P. 

Haas 

51. Orwigsburg, St. John, Gilbert J. Bar¬ 

tholomew 

Pine Grove: H. C. Correll 

52. St. Paul. Ravine 

53. St. Peter, Pine Grove 

54. Pottsville, First, George A. Heisey 

55. Trinity, Robert A. Bauscli 

56. Reading, Calvary, Harold C. Hollinger 

Faith: Jeremiah R. Rotliermel 

57. Faith, Reading 

58. Good Shepherd, Reading. R. 2 

59. St. Peter, Fleetwood, R. 2 

60. First, D. .T. Wetzel, D.D. 

61. Grace (Alsace), Paul L. Rahn 

62. Olivet, William H. Albright 

63. St. Andrew, Chas. E. Roth, Litt.D., 

D.D. 

64. St. James. Jacob B. Landis 

65. St. John, Norman W. Shollenberger 

66. St. Mark, Paul T. Slinghoff, D.D. 

67. St. Paul Memorial, Frank A. Rosen- 

berger 

68. St. Stephen. Morris D. Slifer. Th.D. 

69. St. Thomas, Lee M. Erdman, D.D. 

70. Second, John H. Sando 

71. Trinity. Frederick A. Sterner 

72. Zion, Harry S. Kehm 
Robesonia: Elmer A. Deeli 

73. North Heidelberg, North Heidelberg 

74. St. John, Host 

75. St. Paul, Robesonia 

76. Schuylkill Haven, First, Delas R. 

Keener 

77. St. John, Marlin T. Schaeffer 
Schwarzwald: Vacant 

78. St. Paul, Birdsboro 

79. Schwarzwald. Jacksonwald 

80. Shartlesville, Friedens, Frank W. 

Ruth, Supply 

81. Shenandoah, Trinity, Samuel A. Moyer 
Shoemakersville: Milton A. May 

82. St. Michael’s. Hamburg, R. D. 1 

83. St. Luke's, Shoemakersville 

84. Sinking Spring. R. D. Kissinger’s, Wil¬ 

liam H. Albright. Supply 
Sinking Spring-Sliillington: Thomas 
W. Rhoads 

85. Immanuel, Shillington 
S6. St. John. Sinking Spring 

Swamp-Amity: William H. Solly 

87. Falkner Swamp, Gilbertsville, R. 1 

88. St. Paul, Athol 

89. Trinity, Bechtelsville 

90. Tamaqua, St. John, Arthur D. Knoe- 

bel 

91. Trinity. John A. Kleinginna 

92. Temple, Christ, John C. Shetler 
Tower City: Victor Adam Ruth 

93. St. Peter, Orwin 


94. Trinity, Tower City 
Tremont: Earlin H. Lutz 

95. St. John, Zerbe 

96. St. Peter, Tremont 

97. Salem, Donaldson 
Wernersville: George A. Elirgood. 

Supply 

98. First, Wernersville 

99. Trinity, Rehrersburg 
Hains-Yocums: Ralph E. Starr 

100. Christ (Yocums). Reading. It. 1 

101. St. John (Hains), Wernersville 

102. West Leesport, R. 1, Bern, Harvey M. 

Lyttle, Supply 

103. Womelsdorf, Bethany Orphans’ Home. 

Ray S. Vandevere 

104. Zion, II. J. Miller 

105. Wyomissing, Bausman Memorial, R. 

Cameron Billmyer 

Ministers without Charge 
Irvin M. Beaver (E), Arthur V. Cassel- 
man, D.D., Litt.D. (E), Wm. H. Dietrich 
(I). Paul .T. Dundore, Ph.D.. D.D. (EL 
George A. Ehrgood. LL.D., Elmer A. Fah- 
ringer, Frederick P. Knieriem, Elmer G. 
Link (I), Jesse M. Mengel, D.D. (E), Har¬ 
vey M. Lyttle (I), Elmer S. Noll, D.D. (E), 
Joseph Yost. 


ItOCKY MOUNTAIN SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. William Reitzer. Th.D.. 
307 Remington St.. Ft. Collins, Colo.: Vice- 
President. Rev. Max Schoenhaar. Th.D.. 
300 12th St.. Greeley, Colo.: Secretary. Rev. 
John W. Frank, Wheatland. Wyo.: Treas¬ 
urer, Rev. Edmund Kuppinger. Lyman. 
Nebr.: Lay Member, Mr. Alex. Kling, Belle 
Fourche, S. Dak. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Colorado 

1. Denver, Friedens. William Werner 

2. Pioneer. F. C. Rueggeberg 

3. St. Paul. P,. E. Schalow 

4. Fort Collins, Immanuel, Wm. Reitzer. 

Th.D. 

5. Fort Morgan, Immanuel Ev. Luth., 

Tobias Schmunk. Supply 

6. Greeley. St. John, M. Schoenhaar, 

Th.D. 

7. *Gunnison, Community: Vacant 

8. Idalia, St. John. Richard A. Miller 

9. Loveland, Hope, M. Schoenhaar, Th.D. 

10. Windsor, Zion, Frederick Heydel 

Montana 

11. Hardin, Christ, A. C. Kroehler 

12. Billings, St. Paul’s, Gottlob Gaiser 

Nebraska 

13. Bayard, Zion, * August Schiller 

14. Gering, Zion. Henry Baumgaertel. Sr. 

15. Lyman. Immanuel, Edmund Kuppinger 

16. Mitchell. St. Paul, John Erbes 

17. Scottsbluff, Zion: Vacant 

South Dakota 

18. Nisland, Peace, Gottlielf T. Zueher 

Wyoming 

19. Laramie, St. Paul, John E. McCormick 

20. Lingle, St. Paul: Vacant 

21. Riverton, St. Paul, John W. Schnacken- 

berg 

22. Wheatland. Bethlehem, John W. Frank 

23. Worland, Zion, Arthur P. Schnatz 


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Ministers without Charge 

^ uli ^ s Berkcnkamp (E), Wm. J. Cramm 
°,V F V GeisIer (I )’ John E - Hi® (G), 
H. b. \\ Jesdinsky (E), Paul Jueling (E), 
i^^Kvoehler (M), Carl Mueller (E), 
K °th ( E ). Wm. Schumann, Adam Wotli 
(E). 

SOUTHEAST OHIO SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire: President and Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, 1952; all others, 1953) 
President, Rev. Otto R. Gerber, D.D., 121 
Tremont Ave., S.E., Massillon, Ohio; Vice- 
President, Rev. Clarence M. Higgins, 810 
Orange St., Coshocton, Ohio; Secretary, 
Rev. Paul W. Schmidt, 239 S. Grant St., 
Wooster, Ohio; Treasurer, Mr. Ralph N 
Buehler, P. O. Box 5, Dover, Ohio; Lay 
Member, Mr. Melvin R. Bixler, 203 Mercier 
St., Louisville, Ohio. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Ohio 

1. Alliance, First: Vacant 

Immanuel-Science Hill: Robert G. 
Diller 

2. Immanuel, Alliance 

3. Science Hill, Alliance, R. 1 

4. Apple Creek, St. Peter, Stanley R. 
Hartmann 

Baltic: Clemens A. Wahl 
St. John, Chili 

St. Paul, Bucks Tvvp. (Renners) 

Zion, Baltic 
Zion, Halifax 

Bellaire, First, J. Stanley Richards 
Bethel-Maximo: James V. Ingram 
Bethel, Beloit, R. 2 
Zion, Maximo 

Bolivar: Edgar W. Guinther 
St. John, Bolivar 
St. Paul, Dover, R. 3 
Zoar, Zoar 

Canal Fulton, Salem, Charles H. Schory 
Supply 

Canton, First, Karl Koepke, S T D 
Grace, Arthur H. Harsh 
Lowell, Leonard S. Hegnauer 
Market Heights, Dale E. Boyer 
Trinity, Calvin H. Wingert, D.D. 
Carrollton: John G. Sutz 
Trinity, Carrollton 
R. D. 1, Harsh 
Clarington: Keene R. Lebold 
Immanuel, Clarington 
St. James, Salem Twp. 

Coshocton, St. John, Clarence M 
Higgins 

Crooked Run, Salem: Vacant 
Dover, St John, Reinhard Krause 
Dutch Run, Trinity, Clarence M. Hig¬ 
gins, Supply 

S' Canton, St. Paul, Albert A. Kosower 
Hartville: Clarence C. Huprich 
Christ, Hartville 
St. Jacob, N. Canton 
Lewisville: George W. Varns 
St. John, Summit Twp. 

St. Peter, Lewisville 
St. Peter, Miltonsburg 
Loudonville, Trinity, Lester W R 
Dresch 

Louisville, Paradise, Carl W. Bormuth 
Lowell: Ewald R. O. Agricola 
*First, Muskingum Twp. 

St. John, Lowell 
*St. John, Watertown 
Marietta, St. Paul, Frank Nagv 
Marshallville, St. Michael, Perrie Ma- 
haffey, Supply 

Massillon, Grace, W. Osborne Keeler 
St- John, Otto R. Gerber, D.D. and 
Richard H. Staple 


5. 

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18. 

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24. 

25. 

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27. 

28. 

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31. 

32. 

33. 

34. 

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40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 


Millersburg-GIenmont: Lynn F. B. 
Tschudy 

44. St. John, Glenmont 

45. St. John, Millersburg 

46. Mohicanville, Christ, Carl E. Hartwig 
Mt. Eaton-Brewster: Frank R. Zart- 

man 

47. Brewster, Brewster 

48. St. Paul, Mt. Eaton 
Navarre-Smoketown: Wilmer C. 

Grunwald 

49. St. Paul, Navarre 

50. St. Paul, Smoketown 

51. New Bedford, Zion, Leander A. Sigrist 

52. New Philadelphia, First, T. W. 

Hoernemann, D.D. 

53. North Canton, Zion, Melvin E. Beck, 

D.D., and William E. D. Wynn 

54. Orrville, Christ, Manfred A. Stoerker 

55. Pomeroy, Federated, Harold F. Hess 

56. Port Washington, St. Paul, John P. 

Kochner 

57. Powhatan Point, St. John, Fred R. 

Zimmerman 

Ragersville: A. C. Yost 

58. St. Peter, Fiat 

59. Salem, Bakersville 

60. Zion, Ragersville 

Reedsburg: Paul H. Saleste. Ph.D., 
Supply 

61. Grace, Wooster, R. D. 5 

62. Emanuel, Wooster, R. D. 5 

63. Richville Community, Navarre, Paul 

F. Berkenstock 

Robertsville-Paris: Moritz G. Clausing 

64. Christ, Robertsville 

65. Israel, Paris 
Sardis: Vacant 

66. Immanuel, R. D., New Martinsville, 

W. Va. 

67. St. Paul, Trail Run 

68. Salem, Sardis, R. 2 

69. Zion, Hannibal 

70. Steubenville, Zion, Carl A. Hofmann 
Stone Creek: Lowell E. Zechiel 

71. Grace, Stone Creek 

72. Jerusalem. New Philadelphia, R. 2 
Strasburg-Winesburg: Donald V. Klohr 

73. St. John, Strasburg 

74. Zion, Winesburg 

75. Suffield, Suffield, Henry A. Blum 

76. Sugarcreek, First: Vacant 
Tuscarawas: Arthur G. Heisler 

77. Christ (Myers), nr Massillon 

78. Jerusalem (Stanwood). nr Massillon 

79. St. James (Cross Roads), nr Massil¬ 

lon 

80. St. Johns (Sixteen), nr Massillon 

81. Uniontown, Grace, Milton D. Jones 
Walnut Creek: Walter R. Gobrecht, 

S.T.D., Supply 

82. St. John, Walnut Creek 

83. Swiss Trail, Dundee, R. 1 
Warner: Vacant 

84. First, Warner 

85. St. John, Whipple 

86. Zion, Harriettsville 
Waynesburg: Vacant 

87. St. Paul, Mineral City 

88. St. Paul, Waynesburg 

89. Salem, East Canton, R. D. 1 
West Salem: Vacant 

90. East Homer, Homerville 

91. St. John, Albion 

92. Woodsfield, St. Paul, Homer J. Kopke 

93. Wooster, Christ, Paul W. Schmidt 

94. First, Leo A. Keil 

95. Zanesville, Pilgrim, Donald J. Barthel- 

meh 


West Virginia 

96. Wheeling, St. John, Wm. J. Hausmann 

97. St. Paul, Earnest E. Noll 

98. St. Stephen, Carl L. Adelsperger 


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Ministers without Charge 
W. S. Adams (E), Otto W. Breuhaus (E), 
Wallace W. Foust, D.D. (E), Walter R. 
Gobrecht, S.T.D. (I), Robert L. Hegnauer 
(Ch), Alfred A. Herzberger (I), R. W. 
Jungfer, Jr. (Ch), H. N. Kerst, D.D. (E), 
Theodore Merten (E), Edward J. Robinson. 
Chas. H. Schory (I), Harvey S. Stoner (E). 


SOUTHERN SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Aubrey W. Hedrick, R. 1. 
Thomasville, N. C.; Vice-President, Rev. 
Law r rence A. Leonard, R. 2, Box 338, 
Thomasville, N. C.; Secretary, Rev. William 

C. Lyerly, R. 1, Newton, N. C.; Treasurer. 
Rev. Milton Whitener, 307 Summit Ave.. 
Salisbury, N. C.; Lay Member, Dr. Donald 
Dearborn, Catawba College, Salisbury, 
N. C. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Florida 

1. Lowell, United: Vacant 
Miami-Redlands: Edward W. Ullrich 

2. Robertson Memorial, Miami 

3. St. John’s, Redlands 

North Carolina 

4. Asheboro, First, Harvey H. Koonts, Jr. 
Bear Creek: Thomas E. Hoffman 

5. Bethel, Mt. Pleasant, R. D. 

6. Roger, Concord, R. D. 3 

7. St. James, Mt. Pleasant 
Bethany-Smyrna: Nevin H. Feather 

8. Bethany, Claremont 

9. Smyrna, Catawba 
Brookford: Vacant 

10. Faith, Brookford 

11. Macedonia, Hickory 

12. Burlington, First, Harvey A. Fesper- 

man, D.D. 

13. R. 1, Brick, John C. Chatlos 

14. R.D., St. Mark’s, John C. Peeler, D.D. 
Calvary-Zion: Aubrey W. Hedrick 

15. Calvary, Thomasville, R. 1 
10. Zion, Thomasville, R. 1 

17. Charlotte, First, Felix B. Peck, S.T.D. 

18. St. Matthew’s Chapel, Supplied 

19. China Grove, Mt Zion, G. Harold 

Myers 

20. Concord, Trinity, Roy C. Whisenhunt 

21. R. D. 3, New Gilead, Charles E. Hiatt 

22. Conover, Trinity, Lonnie A. Carpenter 
Crescent: Carl T. Daye 

23. Bethany, Rockwell, R. D. 

24. St. Luke’s, Salisbury, R. D. 5 

25. Faith, Shiloh, Huitt R. Carpenter 

26. Gibsonville, R. D., Brightwood, Sup¬ 

plied 

27. Greensboro, First, Hoy L. Fesperman 

and H. Wayne Peck 

28. Hickory, Corinth, Harry D. Althouse, 

D.D. 

29. High Point, First, Carl A. Grimm 

30. Julian, R. 1, Mt. Hope, Homer F. 

Yearick 

31. Kannapolis, St. John’s, Lawrence N. 

Strunk 

32. R.D., Rodgers Park, G. Harold Myers, 

Supply 

33. Landis, First, Aaron R. Tosh. D.D. 

34. Lenoir, Zion, Arthur R. Detwiler 

35. Lexington, First, Banks J. Peeler, D.D. 

36. R. 4, Christ, Banks J. Peeler, 

Supply 

37. Second, A. O. Leonard, D.D. 

38. R. D., Paul’s Chapel, A. O. Leonard, 

D.D. 

39. R. 1, Pilgrim: Vacant 


40. R 2, Mt. Tabor, Alfred G. Sandrock 

41. R. 4, Beulah: Vacant 
Lincoln: John A. Koons 

42. Memorial, Maiden 

43. St. Matthew’s, Lincolnton, R. 5 

44. Salem, Lincolnton, R. 2 

45. Lincolnton, Emanuel, Walter C. Beck 
Lower Davidson: C. Nevin Stamm 

46. Beck’s, Lexington, R. 6 

47. Hedrick’s Grove, Lexington,, R. 2 

48. Jerusalem, Lexington, R. 2 
Lower Stone: Lloyd E. Sechriest 

49. Grace, Rockwell, R. 1 

50. Mt. Hope, China Grove, R. 1 

51. Newton, Grace, Terrell M. Shoffner 
North Davidson: John W. Settlemyre 

52. Bethany, Winston-Salem, R. 5 

53. Bethlehem, Winston-Salem, R. 5 

54. Hebron, Winston-Salem, R. 4 

55. Rockwell, Ursinus, Richard A. Cheek 
St. Paul-Keller’s: Lewis E. Everline 

56. St. Paul, China Grove, R. 1 

57. Keller’s, Kannapolis, R. 1 

58. Salisbury, First, Joshua L. Levens 
South Fork: William C. Lyerly 

59. Bethel, Hickory, R. 1 

60. Daniel’s, Lincolnton, R. 2 

61. Grace, Newton, R. 1 

62. St. Paul’s, Newton, R. 1 

63. Thomasville, Heidelberg, Jacob A. 

Palmer 

64. R. 2, Emanuel, Lawrence A. 

Leonard 

65. Winston-Salem, First, Hiram E. Davis 

66. Schlatter Memorial: Vacant 

Ministers without Charge 
Joseph D. Andrew (Ch), Rudolf O. 
Chatlos (E), H. A. Dewald (E), David 

E. Faust, Ph.D. (E), John H. Keller, 

D. D. (E), Edward G. Klotz (E), Roy 

E. Leinbach, Jr., Albert J. Levengood (G), 
Wesley W. Martin (I), Albert F. Nace (E), 
Shuford Peeler, D.D. (E), Thurman R. 
Poston, Jr., W T alter W. Rowe (E), Richard 
W. Rubright (M), L. Irvin Somers (Ch), 
Norman L. Stock, Charles W. Warlick, Har¬ 
vey A. Welker (E), Bruce A. Wentz, Ph.D. 
(D), Milton Whitener, Sterling H. Whitener 
(M). Licentiates: Ernest Derendinger, 
Ph.D. (E), A. R. Keppel, Pd.D., LL.D., 
Litt.D. (D). 


SOUTH ILLINOIS SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1952) 

President, Rev. Fred C. Allrich, 1009-9tli 
St., Highland, Ill.; Vice-President. Rev. 
Walter A. Hotz, 301 E. 3rd St., Pana. Ill.; 
Secretary, Rev. Paul R. Surbey. 123 E. 
Dee St., Lebanon, Ill.; Treasurer, Mr. W. 
A. Schickedanz, 10a W. Washington St., 
Belleville, Ill.; Lay Member, Mr. Edwin 
A. Eilers, 507 Hillsboro Ave., Edwardsville, 

Ill. 


No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Illinois 

1. Addieville, Zion : Vacant 

2. Alhambra, Salem, Guy J. Moyer 

3. Alton. Evan. & Ref., O. W. Heggemeier 

4. Arthur, R. D. 2, Zion: Vacant 

5. Belleville, Christ, Alfred F. Schroeder 

6. St. Paul, B. J. Koehler and R. J. 

Herman 

7. R. D. 3, Concordia, T. J. Rasche 

8. Trinity, T. J. Rasche 

Bible Grove-Farina: Alvin C. Kniker 

9. St. Paul, Bible Grove 

10. Friedens, Farina 

11 Breese, St. John, J. J. Kalkbrenner 


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12. Brighton, St. John, A. L. Schieler 

13. Burksviile, St. Peter, Emil F. Hotz, 

Supply 

14. Carlinville, St. Paul, R. Hohmann 

15. Carlyle, Immanuel, Wm. J. Schwieck- 

hart 

16. Casey ville, R. 1, St. John's. Ridge 

Prairie, P. M. Sclinake 
Centralia-Central City: Fred W. Boyer 

17. St. Peter, Centralia 

IS. Zion, Central City 

Collinsville: Chris. II. Kuhlmann 
11). Friedens, Caseyville 

20. St. John, Collinsville 

21. Columbia, St. Paul, Gerhard A. Friz 

22. Zoar, New Hanover, Wilbert L. 

Biascli 

23. Darmstadt, Holy Ghost, Edwin A. 

Eigenrauch 

24. Dubois, St. Mark, John IT. Mauthe, 

Supply 

25. Dundas, Saron, John W. Keener 

2G. Dupo, Christ, Herbert F. Rinderknecht 

27. Du Quoin, First, John H. Mauthe 

28. E. Carondelet, R. 1, Zion, Sugarloaf, 

Herbert F. Rinderknecht 

29. East St. Louis, Immanuel, Edward R. 

Maul 

30. Edinburg, Edinburg, Supplied 

31. Edwardsville, Eden, Hugo J. Brede- 

lioeft 

32. R. D. 4, St. Paul, W. G. Mauch 

33. R. P. 3, Immanuel, Hamel, Alton E. 

Loar 

34. Evansville, St. John, Henry P. Yieth 

35. Fieldon, Christ, Edward II. Fresen 

36. Floraville, St. Paul, Waterloo, A. E. 

Kitterer, Supply 

37. Freeburg, St. Paul, G. F. Brink 

38. Granite City, St. John, Chester H. 

Uthlaut 

39. St. Peter, Henry H. Wintermeyer 
Grantfork-Jamestown: Arby Hosto 

40. Grantfork, Grantfork 

41. St. Paul, Jamestown 

42. Hecker, Friedens, Herbert W. Hosto 

43. Highland, Evangelical. Fred C. Allricli 

44. Hookdale, St. Peter: Vacant 

45. Hoyleton, Zion, William H. Sabbert 

46. Irvington, Friedens, Carl L. Hille 

47. Jersey ville, Peace, Gerald M. Bock 

48. Johannesburg, St. John, C. A. ,T. Buck 
Lebanon-Summerfield: Paul R. Surbey 

49. St. John, Summerfield 

50. St. Paul, Lebanon 
Lenzburg-Fayetteville: Supplied 

51. St. Peter, Lenzburg 

52. Trinity, Fayetteville 

53. Maeystown, St. John. Emil F. Hotz 

54. Marine, Marine, Hayward W. Kelil 
Marion: W. Everett Lynch 

55. St. Paul, Johnston City, R. 1 

56. Zion, Marion 

57. Marissa, Friedens. Edwin C. Beier 

58. R. 1, ^Trinity, Biddleborn, John A. 

Kreuzer 

59. Maseoutah. St. John, Theodore C. 

Wimmler 

60. Metropolis, li. D. 2, Zion, August Bock 

61. R. D. 3, St. John. Edwin II. P. Weltge 

62. Millstadt, Zion: Vacant 

63. Moro. R. D. 1, St. John, Robert I*. 

Zimmerman 

04. Murphysboro, St. Peter, Kenneth W. 
Pheiffer 

65. Nashville, St. Paul, M. R. Zielinski 
06. New Athens, St. John, Henry G. Lip- 
pert 

67. New Baden, Zion: Vacant 

OS. O’Fallon, Evangelical, A. E. Klemrae 

69. Ohlinan, St. Paul, Laverne R. Dauder- 

man 

70. Okawville, St. Paul, Wm. Jung 

71. St. Peter, J. Winfred Stoerker 

72. Olney, First, John E. Westermeyer 

73. Pana, St. John, Walter A. Hotz 


74. Pinckneyville, St. Paul: Vacant 

75. Plum Hill, St. John, F. W. Weltge 

76. Red Bud, St. Peter, Henry C. Buege 

77. St. Jacob, Evangelical Protestant, 

Leonard F. Todd 

78. Smithton, St. John, Henry C. Toelle 

79. Staunton. St. Paul, Martin P. Schroedel 

80. Tamms, First: Vacant 

81. Tower Hill, St. Paul, T. H. Ilosto 

82. Trenton, St. John, Harry II. Ring 

83. Troy, Friedens, R. II. Mornhinweg 

84. Valmeyer, St. John, Victor E. Langhorsi 

85. Venedy, St. Peter, Stone Church, Joseph 

H. Mann 

8G. Waterloo, St. Paul, Otto C. Bassler 
Waterloo, R. I). 4: Harold G. Freund 

87. St. John. Fults 

88. Zion, New Design 

89. Wood River, St. John, Henry W. 

Wichman 

Ministers without Charge 

Karl Benkendoerfer (E), K. Friebe (E), 
John II. Hille, C. R. Hempel (E), A. II. 
I decker, Robert Ivofer (E), Claude J. 
Snyder, D.D. (D). 


SOUTH INDIANA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President. Rev. Paul J. Schlueter, 4611 
Southern Pkwy., Louisville 8, Ivy.; Vice- 
President, Rev. Robert F. Tormolilen, 623 
Allen St.. Owensboro. Ky.: Secretary, Rev. 
Walter E. Scherry, Box 62, Poland, Ind.: 
Treasurer, Mr. Elmer E. Sander, 1804 Har¬ 
mony Way. Evansville 12. Ind.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. Andrew H. Albrecht, 617 Hess 
Ave., Evansville 12. Ind. 


No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Alabama 

1. Birmingham, St. John, Herman S. 

Ritter 

2. Cullman, St. John, Fred J. Melirtens 


Illinois 

3. Browns, R. 1, Friedens, Glen D. Engel- 

brecht 

4. Canni, St. John, Clifford G. Farmer 

Indiana 

5. Beech Grove, Trinity, Jack E. Yates 

6. Boon ville, St. John, H. G. Schuessler 
<. Buckskin, St. John, Craig A. Reed 

8. Campbell Twp., Zoar, Daniel Schlink- 

manu, Supply 

9. Cannelton, St. John, Herman J. 

Schoettle 

Chrisney-Lamar: Henry Volkens, Jr. 

10. St. John, Lamar 

11. Zion. Chrisney 

12. Clay City, St. Peter, Harry W. Brede- 

weg 

Crothersville-Seliersburg: Charles H. 
Schmitt 

13. Immanuel, Crotliersville 

14. St. Paul. Sellersburg 

15. Dubois, St. Peter, Robert A. Roggen- 

kamp 

Elberfeld-Warrenton: Vacant 

16. St. Stephen, Warrenton 

17. Zion, Elberfeld 
Evansville 

18. Bethel, Ruben J. Bierbaum 

19. St. John Evan. Prot., John R. C. 

Haas, D.D. and Raymond J. Hart¬ 
mann 

20. St. Lucas, Arinin Haeussler. D.D. 

21. St. Matthew, Walter W. Noffke 


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22. St. Paul, Theo. L. Haas 

23. Zion, Poland Mernitz 

24. R. R. 3, Bethlehem, Donald W. Sick- 

bert 

25. Ft. Branch, St. Lucas, Joseph C. 

Cronenberg- 

20. Freelandville, Bethel: Vacant 

27. German Township, St. Paul, Reinhart 

Lehmann 

28. Holland, Augustana: Vacant 

21). St. Paul, nr Holland, Louis B 
Sell n uck 

30. Howell, Salem: Vacant 

31. Huntingburg, Salem, Theo. F. Schu¬ 

macher 

Indianapolis 

32. Carrollton Ave., Earl W. Krueger 

33. First, J. Wallace Zink 

34. Friedens, Raymond F. Buck 

35. Garfield Park, Norman H. Schultz 
30. Immanuel: Vacant 

37. Pleasant Run Boulevard, R. C. 

Windhorst 

38. St. John, Ernst A. Piepenbrok 

39. St. John, Cumberland, F. G. Brune 

40. St. Paul, “E,” Harvey E. Harsh 

41. St. Paul, “R,” W. H. Knierim 

42. Second, Arnold lv. Suedmeyer 

43. Zion, Frederick R. Daries, D.D., and 

Paul H. Frankenfeld 

44. Zion, Warren Twp., Robert E. 

Briggeman 

45. Inglefield, Salem, II. C. Ahrens 
Jasper-Bretzville: William O. Homeister 

40. St. John, Bretzville 
47. Trinity, Jasper 

4S. Jeffersonville, St. Luke, J. Eugene 
Youngen 

49. Kasson, Zoar: Vacant 

50. *Ivratzville, St. Peter, Manfred F. Haas, 

Supply 

51. Lafayette, Immanuel, Louis H. Guniie- 

mann 

Lamar-Fulda : Donald R. Buckthal 

52. St. Peter, Lamar 

53. Trinity, nr Fulda 

54. Linton, Saron. II. Raymond Voss 

55. Lippe, Zion, Raymond L. Ilosto 
Lynnville-Ft. Branch : Supplied 

50. St. Matthew, Lynnville, Daniel 
Schlinkmann 

57. St. Paul, Ft. Branch, Samuel II. 

Caldemeyer, Supply 
Marrs Township: Vacant 

58. Immanuel, Caborn 

59. Mt. Vernon, Trinity, August E. Binder 
Mulberry: Carroll J. Olm 

60. St. Luke, Frankfort 

61. Trinity, Mulberry 

62. New Albany, St. Mark, Theo. N. Tie- 

meyer 

63. Newburgh, Zion: Vacant 

04. New Middletown, Salem, C. II. Schmitt, 
Supply 

05. New Palestine, Zion, Daniel II. Moritz 
66. Poland, Zion, Walter E. Sclierr.v 
07. Santa Claus, St. Paul, Henry Volkens, 
Supply 

68. Shelbyville, First, Richard F. Rasche 

69. *Zion, nr Shelbyville, A. Kenneth 

Kuhn 

Stearleyville-Clay Prairie: Warren E. 
Souders 

70. Clay Prairie Community 

71. St. John, Stearleyville 

72. Tell City, First, Hilbert II. Peters 

73. Terre Haute, Bethany, Theodore M. 

Haefele 

74. St. Paul, Raymond E. Vitz 

75. Zion, Harvey S. Shue 

70. Vincennes, St. John, Franklin W. 
Schaefer 

77. *Wadesville, R. Ii. 2, St. Peter, Armin 

T. Ilosto 

78. Westphalia, Salem, J. II. Overbeck 


Kentucky 

79. Henderson, Zion, Calvin H. Schumacher 
Louisville 

80. Bethel, Edwin A. Wahl 

81. Bethlehem, George C. Hewson 

82. Christ, W. Franklin Lahr 

83. Grace Immanuel, Elmer J. Elshoff 

84. Immanuel, Robert li. Groves 

85. Lynnhurst, J. Gerhard Meiners 
80. Parkland, Melvin F. Ludwig 

87. St. Janies, Kenneth C. Rathert 

88. St. John, Theodore S. Schlundt, Jr. 

89. St. Luke, Fred Falirenkamp 

90. St. Matthew, Albert H. Belile and 

Johanna W. Stroetker 

91. St. Paul, M. Baas 

92. St. Peter, Frank II. Rupnow, D.D. 

93. Salem, Paul J. Sclilueter 

94. Sunnydale, Eugene F. Bickel 

95. West Louisville, Herman J. Weber 

96. Zion. Paul W. Kohler 

97. Owensboro, Zion, It. F. Tormohlen 

98. Paducah, Unity, Wallace A. Schriefer 

Tennessee 

99. Belvidere, First: Vacant 

100. Nashville, First: Vacant 

Ministers without Charge 
G. L. Berlepp (E), Herman II. Bierbaum 
(E), Louis Birnstengel (E), T. P. Bolliger, 

D. D. (E), S. Caldemeyer (E), Nevin E. 
Danner (G), H. E. Walter Dickmann (E), 
J. W. Dickmann, Geo. F. Gaerttner (Ch), 
Edward T. Grabert (G), Wm. J. Hillman 
(E), Ralph L. Holland, Th.D. (G), It. C. 
Lucke (E), Robert O. Nagle (G), George S. 
Noss, Th.D. (G). A. D. Italin (E), C. J. 
Scherzer, D.D. (D). 

SOUTHWEST OHIO SYNOD 

Officers and Council 

(Terms expire: President and Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, 1952; all others, 1953) 
President, Rev. Gustav J. Krumm, 2447 
Harrison Ave., Cincinnati 11, Ohio: Vice- 
President, Rev. Harold II. Jung. 10 Ken¬ 
wood Drive, Middletown 16, Ohio; Secretary, 
Rev. Joseph I*. Alden, D.I)., 2101 Ulrich 
Ave., Dayton 6, Ohio: Treasurer, Rev. H. 

E. J. Neumann. 927 McPherson Ave., Cin¬ 
cinnati 5, Ohio; Lay Member, Mr. C. E. 
Semler, 1219 Huffman Ave., Dayton 3, Ohio. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Indiana 

1. Aurora, First, Fred II. Dollefeld 

2. *Batesville. St. John Ev. Luth.. E. It. 

Stroehlein 

3. Florence, St. John: Vacant 

4. Lawrenceburg, Zion, Donald M. 

Yaekle 

5. Rising Sun, First, Claude W. Kelly 
Salamonia : Vacant 

6. Grace, New Pittsburg 

7. Federated, Hill Grove (Ohio) 

8. St. Paul, Boundary 

9. Salamonia, Salamonia 

10. *Sumnan, R. R. 1, St. John, Walter L. 
Weber 

Kentucky 

31. Alexandria, St. Paul: Vacant 
12. Bellevue, St. John, A. H. Knipping 
Covington: Urban F. Johansmann 
33. Grace, Covington 

14. Immanuel, Bromley 

15. Covington, St. Mark, Frank C. Scholl 

16. St. Paul, Philip Wiggermann 

17. Dayton. St. Paul, Alfred J. A. Wahl 

18. Fort Thomas, Christ, Waldo A. Berle- 

kamp, D.D. 

19. Newport, St. Paul, Karl M. Detroy 


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Ohio 

Basil: Vacant 

20. Mt. Zion, Basil, R. D. 

21. Trinity, Basil 
Beavercreek: Vacant 

22. Beaver, Xenia, R. 4 

23. Mt. Zion, Dayton, R. 2 

24. Canal Winchester, David, Paul B. Kie- 

wit 

Chillicothe: Theo. Schlundt, Supply 

25. St. John, Chillicothe 

26. Salem, Kinnikinnick 

27. Chillicothe, Salem, Ralph E. Schluer 
Cincinnati 

28. Carthage, Harold L. Konz 

29. Columbia, Henry L. Noffke 

30. Evangelical Ref., Oakley, G. S. En- 

gelmann, D.D 

31. Faith, Mt. Washington, Clarence E. 

Sitler 

32. First, Oliver C. Hotz 

33. First, Evangelical, Karl B. Kollath 

34. Immanuel, Gustav J. Ivrumm 

35. Immanuel, St. Bernard, Harry G. 

Schairbaum 

36. Martini, William F. Kohler 

37. St. John, 16 Mile Stand 

38. Matthew’s, W. Place, Vernon F. 

Hoecker 

39. Philippus, W. J. Witt 

40. Pleasant Valley: Vacant 

41. Price Hill, Hilmer E. J. Neumann 

42. St. John, Reading, W. Robt. Grune- 

wald, Jr. 

43. St. Luke. Paul E. Aultman 

44. St. Matthew, Elmwood Place, Clif¬ 

ford G. Scholey 

45. St. Paul, North College Hill: Vacant 

46. St. Peter, Paul C. Schnake 

47. Salem, Frank F. Fischer 

48. Salem, Norwood. Warren G. Smith 

49. St. Paul, New Richmond, Warren G. 

Smith 

50. Washington, Herbert J. Nagel 

51. Zion, Norwood, Ben M. Herbster, 

D.D. 

52. Columbus, St. John, Arnold E. Klick, 

D.D. 

53. St. Paul, Paul C. Ivaefer 

54. Wilson Avenue, E. Bruce Jacobs 
Dayton 

55. Central, George Sonneborn, Sr. and 

Richard E. Crusius 

56. Hale, Michael J. Eckert 

57. Hawker, Knollwood, Ivan D. Immel 

58. Memorial, Edward A. Puff 

59. Ohmer Park, August F. Warskow 

60. St. John, W. R. Grunewald, D.D. 

61. St. Luke, Paul L. Stange 

62. Second, L. W. Stolte, D.D. 

63. Zion, Moraine City, W. H. Harrell 

64. Dayton: R. R. 7, David’s, Clayton T. 

Rammler 

65. Fairborn. Trinity, A. R. Meiller 
Farmersville: Ervin J. Florin 

66. Farmersville, Farmersville 

67. Trinity, Johnsville 

68. Slifers, Farmersville, R. R. 1 

69. Germantown, St. John, Richard P. 

Vitz 

Glenford: Reuben S. Beaver 

70. Jerusalem, Bremen 

71. St. Paul. Glenford 

72. Somerset, Somerset 

73. Zion, nr Thornville 

74. Greenville, St. Paul, Louis C. Minster- 

man 

75. West Zion, Greenville, R. D., Sup¬ 

plied 

76. Hamilton, First, Clarence K. Gebliart 

77. Redeemer, Victor Schoen 

78. St. John: Vacant 

79. St. Paul, Wm. F. von Brauchitsch 
Jefferson: Joseph P. Alden. D.D. 

80. Mt. Carmel, Dayton, R. D. 

81. Salem, Ellerton 


82. Lancaster, Grace, Harry G. Yaggi 

83. Lewisburg, First, Supplied 

84. Miamisburg, Trinity, H. Grady Shoff- 

ner, D.D. 

85. Middletown, St. Paul, Harold H. Jung 

86. Millville, Federated, Lyle E. Carr. 

Supply 

87. Newark, St. John, L. II. Lammers 

88. Phoneton, Bethel, B. E. Reemsnyder, 

Supply 

89. Piqua, First, Marcus J. Englemann 

90. St. Paul, Harold C. Grunewald 

91. Portsmouth, First, Herbert M. Goetz 

92. Springboro, Springboro, Jerome C. 

Schulz 

93. Springfield, Grace, E. E. Koepp 
Stoutsville: *Tibor Such 

94. Heidelberg, Stoutsville 

95. Mt. Carmel, Clearport 

96. Thornville, Trinity, Walter L. Schacht 

97. Troy, St. John, Herbert E. Pfister 
Union: M. P. Schoepfle 

98. Grace, Alcony 

99. Jerusalem, Dialton 

100. Mt. Pisgah, Lawrenceville 

101. North Hampton, North Hampton 
Union: Vacant 

102. St. Michael, Near Basil 

103. St. Peter, nr Baltimore 

104. Waverly, First, Ralph E. Schluer, 

Supply 

105. West Alexandria, First, Frank A. 

Kostyu 

106. Xenia, First, Albert L. Scherry 

107. Xenia, R. 3, Byron, Joseph Penrod. 

Supply 

Ministers without Charge 

Chalmer G. Beaver (E), M. P. Davis (E), 
Paul J. Gelim (E), Ward Hartman (M), 
Emil C. Kollath, Fr. C. Kuether (E), Ed¬ 
ward Lahr (Ch). J. Albert Law (E), Wil¬ 
liam E. Miller (E), Herbert O. Muenster- 
raann (D), Bertwin E. Reemsnyder (E), 
Paul R. Reichert (G), Theo. Schlundt (E), 
Donald H. Shimler (G), D. Emerson Tobias 
(E). George F. Zinn (E), M. F. Zutz (E). 
Licentiate: Gilbert B. Dodd. 


SOUTH WISCONSIN SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Albert G. Gonser, 3114 

S. Lenox St., Milwaukee 7, Wis.; Vice- 
President, Rev. Wilson M. Bixler, 490 Madi¬ 
son St.. Sauk City, Wis.; Secretary, Rev. 
Ralph P. Ley, 620 Maple Ave., Waukesha. 
Wis.; Treasurer, Mr. William M. Helz, 
3450 N. 42nd St., Milwaukee 16. Wis.; Lay 
Member, Dr. T. M. Strobel, 2126 N. 49th 
St., Milwaukee.8, Wis. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 

Wisconsin 

Ackerville: L. C. Boeker 

1. St. John, nr Ackerville 

2. St. Paul. Ackerville 

3. Barneveld, Zwingli, Supplied 
Belleville: Harvey E. Norenberg 

4. First, Belleville 

5. Zwingli. Paoli 

6. Zwingli, Albany 

7. Brookfield. Trinity, Pewaukee. R. 2, 

E. R. Wullschleger 
Browntown: Walter H. Waeckerle 

8. Peace, Browntown 

9. St. Paul. Wayne Twp. 

10. Campbellsport, Campbellsport, Leonard 

Stockmeier 

11. Dane, Immanuel, Walter F. Baumann 

12. Darlington, Immanuel, Melvin E. 

Schroer 


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13. Fort Atkinson, Friedens, Clarence F. 

Hammen 

14. Germantown, St. John, George Grether 

15. Hales Corners, Emanuel, Paul H. G. 

Olm 

16. Hartford, St. John, Warner H. Siebert 

17. Jackson, Peace, Harry R. Reiners 
Jackson: Vacant 

18. Friedens, Jackson 

19. St. Peter, Jackson 

20. Juneau, St. Stephen’s, Wm. H. Oelricli 

21. Ivewaskum, Peace, Frederick L. Roden- 

beck 

22. Kohlsville, St. John, West Bend, R. 3: 

Vacant 

23. Lancaster, Bethlehem, James F. M. 

Doellefeld 

24. Liberty Ridge, St. Paul, Stitzer, R. R. 

1, Supplied 

25. Lowell, First, Herman C. Lehman 
20. Madison, Memorial,- William A. 

Schultz 

27. Marion, Immanuel, Woodman, *W. E. 

Clough, Supply 

28. Menomonee Falls, St. Paul, H. A. 

Crusius 

Merton-Erin: Gilbert P. Frohne 

29. St. John, Merton 

30. St. Paul, Erin 
Milwaukee 

31. Bethany, Arnold H. Schultz 

32. Bethel, *William C. Donald, II 

33. Christ, Albert G. Gonser 

34. Faith, Arthur S. Koshewa 

35. Friedens, W. H. Schlinkmann, D.I). 

36. Grace “E,” Adolf Friz 

37. Grace “R,” John C. Gieser 

38. Hungarian: Vacant 

39. Immanuel, “E,” Paul T. Bratzel 

40. Immanuel, “R,” Frank J. Erdey 

41. Peace Memorial, Theodore P. Frohne 

42. St. Paul, Wm. G. Rath 

43. Salem, Frederick A. Ludwig 

44. Tabor, Rudolph J. Kalwitz 

45. Trinity, Rudolf E. Gruenke 

46. Zion, Raymond A. Ley 

47. Monroe, St. John, Paul C. Kehle 
Monticello: A. R. Achtemeier 

48. Reformation, Town Washington 

49. Zwingli, Monticello 

50. New Glarus, Swiss, Walter J. Stuckey 

51. Pewaukee, Salem, Supplied 
Portage-Scott Twp.: Stanley S. Huese- 

rnann 

52. St. Paul’s, Town of Scott 

53. Trinity, Portage 

54. Port Washington, Friedens: Vacant 
Prairie du Sac-Harrisburg: Valerius G. 

Schultz 

55. First, Harrisburg 

56. Zion, Prairie du Sac 

57. Racine, Evan, and Ref.: Vacant 

58. Random Lake, St. John, Carl O. 

Schroer 

59. Reeseville, First, John Heinbuch, Jr. 

60. Rockfield, Zoar, H. Muehleisen 
Rockfield-Richfield: Calvin W. Franz 

61. Christ, Rockfield 

62. St. Jacobi, Richfield 

63. Sauk City, First, Wilson M. Bixler 
Saukville-Waubeka: Henry E. Totzke 

64. St. Peter, Saukville 

65. St. Paul, Waubeka 

Silver Creek-Beechwood-Boltonville: 
Bernard M. Fresenborg 

66. St. John, Beechw T ood 

67. St. John, Boltonville 

68. St. Paul, Silver Creek 

69. Slinger, St. John, Robert C. Volkert 

70. South Milwaukee, St. Luke’s, Paul J. 

Kaiser 

71. Sussex, Zion: Supplied 
Verona: Zane E. Pautz 

72. Salem, Verona 

73. Zwingli, Mt. Vernon 

74. Watertown, First, Louis A. Riesch 


Waubeka-Fillmore: Norman J. Dechant 

75. Community, Waubeka 

76. St. Martin, Fillmore 

77. Waukesha, First, Ralph P. Ley 

78. Wauwatosa, St. Paul. Richard M. A. 

Gadow 

79. Wayne, Saleins, Campbellsport, Carl 

F. Flueckinger 

80. W’est Bend, Immanuel, Harry W. 

Baumer 

Ministers without Charge 
H. L. Barth (E), Carl F. A. Dahn (E), 
Lawrence S. Faust (E), Philip C. Fischer 
(M), E. J. Fleer (E), II. Greuter (E), 
Frederick W. Knatz, D.D. (E), F. G. 
Ludwig, D.D. (E), Louis A. Moser (E), 
Theophilus Schildknecht (E), Albert H. 
Schmeuszer, D.D. (D), Otto Schulze (E), 
William G. Schwemmer, Frank Settlage 
(E), H. G. Settlage (E), Walter P. Trost 
(M), Henry T. Vriesen (E), Herbert F. 
Weckmueller (G), Linus L. Wierwill (G), 
Eugene F. Wilking (E), Calvin M. Zenk, 
D.D. (E). 


SUSQUEHANNA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Carl O. Trexler. 510 S. 
Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Clarence T. Moyer, 218 Broad¬ 
way, Milton, Pa.; Secretary, Rev. Braynard 
E. Kurkow'ski, 539 Beech St., Scranton 5. 
Pa.; Treasurer, Rev. Horace A. Shiffer, 119 
Wyoming St.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. William J. Engle, 1057 Market St.. 
Sunbury, Pa. 

No Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Pennsylvania 

1. Ashland, Zion, Melvin F. Walper 

2. Berwick, First, W r ayne A. Lutz 

3. Bloomsburg, Bloomsburg, M. Edward 

Schnorr 

Catawissa-Mainville: L. M. Martin 

4. Emmanuel, Mainville 

5. St. John, Catawissa 

6. Conyngham, Christ, A. Gail Holt 

7. Danville, Shiloh, Alton W. Barley 
Dushore-Overton: Vacant 

8. Elkland, Forksville 

9. Redeemer, Dushore 

10. St. Paul, Overton 

11. Freeland, St. John, Geo. W. Koliler 
Gow’en City: Thomas F. Kissinger 

12. Christ, Helfenstein 

13. St. Paul, Gowen City 

14. St. Peter, Shamokin, R. D. 2 

15. Trinity, Trevorton 

16. Hazleton, Emmanuel. John N. Garner 

17. Grace, Wm. Y. Gebhard 
Line Mountain: John M. Light 

18. Christ, Leek Kill 

19. St. Michael, Klingerstown 

20. Salem, Klingerstowm, R. D. 

Mahanoy: Jacob M. Singer 

21. Emmanuel, Hunter Station 

22. Himmel’s, Rebuck 

23. St. David, Hebe 

24. St. Paul, Urban 

25. St. Peter, Red Cross 

26. Zion, Herndon 

Mausdale-Ridgeville: Thomas G. Jones 

27. St. John, Mausdale 

28. St. James, Ridgeville 

McAdoo-Sheppton: Franklin J. Heck¬ 
man 

29. Christ, McAdoo 

30. St. James. Sheppton 


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31. Milnesville, St. John-on-the-Mountain. 

II. A. Sliiffer, Supply 

32. Milton, St. John, Clarence T. Moyer 

33. Mt. Carmel, Grace, William K. Penn 
Nanticoke-Plymouth: H. Jerome Lein- 

bacli 

34. First, Plymouth 

35. Zion, Nanticoke 
Neseopeck-Mountain Grove: J. William 

Arnold 

3ft. Trinity, Mountain Grove 

37. First, Nescopeck 

38. Mt. Zion, Nescopeck, R. D. 1 

39. St. Paul, Red Rock 
Numidia: Robert Iv. Townsley 

40. Grace, Millgrove 

41. St Paul, Numidia 
Orangeville: Mervin S. Gerhart 

42. Orangeville, Orangeville 

43. St. James, Orangeville, R. I). 

44. Zion, Fishing Creek Twp. 

Paradise: Charles F. Glass 

45. Paradise, Milton, R. D. 

46. Trinity, Turbotville 
Paxinos-Augusta: Andrew K. Helmbold 

47. Lantz, Sunbury, R. D. 1 

48. Jacob, Reed's Station 

49. St. Elias, Fisher’s Ferry 

50. St. Peter, Paxinos 

51. Zion, Augustaville 
Ringtown: Harlan A. Breininger 

52. Emmanuel, Nuremberg 

53. St. John, Girard Manor 

54. St. Paul, Ringtown 

55. St. Peter, Shuman’s 

56. St. Johns, St. John’s: Vacant 

57. Scranton, First, Louis C. F. Miller 

58. Trinity, Braynard E. Kurkowski 

59. Shamokin, St. John, Harold C. Baer 

60. Salem, LeRo.v C. Brumbaugh 
Strawberry Ridge: Richard W. Johnson 

61. Emanuel, Bloomsburg, R. D. 1 

62. Trinity, Strawberry Ridge 

63. Sunbury, First, Sheldon E. Mackey 

64. Taylor, St. Paul, * James G. Reed 
Uniontown: Richard T. Schellhase 

65. St. Luke (Malta), Dalmatia, R. D. 

66. Salem, Pillow 

67. Trinity, Dalmatia 

6S. Zion (Stone Valley), Hickory 
Corners 

Wapwallopen: Raymond D. Keliler 

69. Emmanuel, Dorrance 

70. Mt. Zion, Slocum 

71. St. John, Wapwallopen 

72. St. Mark, Pond Hill 

73. St. Peter, Hobbie 
Watsontown: Victor A. Ruth 

74. St. John, McEwensville 

75. Trinity, Watsontown 
Weatherly: Vacant 

76. St. John, Weatherly, R. D. 2 

77. St. Matthew, Weatherly, R. D. 1 

78. Salem, Weatherly 

79. West Hazleton, Christ Memorial, 

Richard H. Aulenbach 

80. St. Paul: Vacant 

81. Wilkes-Barre, First, Carl O. Trexler 

82. St. Luke, Francis R. Daugherty 


Ministers without Charge 

John K. Adams (E), Walter E. Boyer (I), 
C. E. Correll, Ph.D. (E), R. Ira Gass (E), 
Henry A. Geist (I), Howard C. Goehringer 
(G), Clark W. Heller (I), Wellington M. 
Hoover (E), Clement B. Meyer (E), Horace 
A. Shifter, Philip E. Williams (M), Mrs 
Philip E. Williams (M). Licentiates: Paul 
F. Keefer (I), Raymond D. Kehler. 


TEXAS SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Heinrich F. J. Rest, 5016 

S. Johnson St., New Orleans 15, La.: Vice- 
President, Rev. Carl D. Burkle, 611 E. 
Myrtle St., San Antonio 2, Texas; Secretary. 
Rev. Martin I*. Ivniker, (512 Texas St., Dal¬ 
las, Texas; Treasurer, Mr. Theo. S. Kniker, 
763 Elm St., Seguin, Texas; Lay Member, 
Mr. E. R. Weirich, 4305 Harby St.. Hous¬ 
ton 23, Texas. 

No. Location — Name of Church — Pastor 


Louisiana 

New Orleans 

1. Bethany, Jost B. Wqshburn 

2. Bethel, Oscar C. Laubengayer 

3. First, Heinrich F. J. Rest 

4. Jackson Ave., L. F. Modschiedler 

5. Metairie, Norman A. Maunz 

6. St. John: Vacant 

7. St. Matthew, Louis Schweickliardt 

8. St. Paul, Alvin A. Blome 

9. Salem, George 1*. Ellerbrake 

10. Trinity, A. J. Scherer 

Mississippi 


Biloxi 

11. First Evan. Luth., Biloxi, Victor T. 

Kissel, Supply 

12. Back Bay Mission, Biloxi, Victor T. 

Kissel 


Texas 

Beasley-Rosenberg: Ralph E. Huber 

13. Friedens, Beasley 

14. St. John, Rosenberg 

Burleson County Parish: Hans M. 
Nottrott 

15. Immanuel, Lyons 

16. St. Stephen, Mound Prairie 

17. Salem, Birch 

Burlington, R. 1: Fred C. Anderson 

18. St. Janies, nr Ben Arnold 

19. St. John, Burlington 

20. Burton, St. John. E. II. Schwengel 

21. Cibolo, St. Paul, Otto J. Krueger 

22. Clifton, Zion : Vacant 

23. Corpus Christi, St. Paul’s: Vacant 

24. Coupland, St. Peter, Robert Mohr 
Cypress-Hockley: Vacant 

25. Christ, Cypress 

26. Trinity. Hockley 

27. Dallas, St. Paul, Martin P. Kniker 
Eddy-Lorena: Frank H. Horak 

28. St. Paul, Cego 

29. Zion, R. 2, Cottonwood 

30. Fort Worth, St. John, Adelburt J. 

Helm 

31. Gay Ilill, Friedens, William Wuerz 

32. *Geronimo, Friedens, Richard F. 

Kuretscli 

33. Houston, Bethel, Clyde McNelly 

34. Christ, Achilles B. Meyer 

35. First, D. Baltzer 
Houston : Wm. J. Luthe 

36. St. John Evan. Luth., White Oak 

37. St. Peter Evan. Luth., Spring Branch 

38. Kurten, Zion : Vacant 

39. Lewisville, Friedens: Vacant 

40. Lockhart, Christ, E. H. Wierth 

41. *Manor, St. John Evan. Luth.. Rich¬ 

land, Edwin O. Eiben 

42. Marion, Redeemer, O. J. Krueger, 

Supply 

43. Marlin. St. Paul, *August Dumin 

44. Needville, Immanuel, Wm. E. Scholze 

45. New Braunfels, First, Carl D. Burkle 


144 


4G. Niederwald, nr Kyle, St. John’s, Sup¬ 
plied 

Orange Grove-Tynan: Clifton G. 
Freudenberg 

47. Luther, Orange Grove 

48. Peace, Tynan 

40. Otto, U D 1, St. John, Edwin M. 
Schaefer 

JO. Poth, R. I)., Friedens: Vacant 

51. Riesel, Peace, Paul A. Mohr 

52. Rowena, Zoar, O. P. Scliroerluke 

53. San Antonio, Bethany: Vacant 

54. Community: Vacant 

55. Scliulenburg, St. Paul’s, William C. 

Anderson 

56. Seguin, Cross, Russell R. Mueller 

57. Spring, Immanuel, Herman G. Borne 

58. Uhland, St. John’s, Paul R. O. Dauss- 

man 

50. Waco, Zion, Paul A. Kluge 

60. Waco, R. I). 2, St. John, Robinson, 

Carl H. Kluge 

61. Washington, Friedens, Paul Piepenbrok 
Weimar-New Bielau: C. Emigholz 

62. Weimar Evan. & Ref., Weimar 

63. *Trinity, Evan. Luth., New Bielau 
West-Gerald: John G. Mueller 

64. St. Paul, Gerald 

65. St. Peter, West 

66. Woodsboro, Christ, Fred L. Woelke 

Ministers without Charge 
W. H. Aufderhaar (E), John Dippel (E), 
Henry Duhan (Ch), Karl M. Jeschke (E), 
Robert L. Kalkbrenner (I), Jul. Joh. 
Kasiske (E). Earl E. Klein, Pli.D. (I), 
Edwin G. Kloppe (G), F. W. Lammert, 
Reinhold Maechtle (D), Karl Merkel (E), 
G. Moinhinweg (E), Paul B. Rupp, D.D. 
(E), John Strauss (PI), R. Uhlliorn (E), 
J. Ziegler (E). 


WEST NEW YORK SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1953) 

President, Rev. Julius W. Kuck, 35 E. 
Parade Circle, Buffalo 11, N. Y.; Vice- 
President, Rev. Alfred G. Schnake, 26 
Navarre Rd., Rochester 21, N. Y.; Secretary, 
Rev. Arthur K. Beisheim, R. R. 1, Attica, 
N. Y.; Treasurer, Mr. Raymond G. Christ, 
87 Deerfield Ave., Buffalo 15, N. Y.; Lay 
Member, Mr. Clifford C. Westphal, 228 
Young St., Tonawanda, N. Y. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

New York 

Attica-Orangeville: Nelson W. E. 
Hauptman 

1. St. Paul, Attica 

2. Immanuel, Orangeville 

3. Auburn, St. Luke, Ralph A. Philbrook, 

D.D. 

Bennington-Sheldon: Arthur K. Bei¬ 
sheim 

4. St. John, Sheldon 

5. Salem, Bennington 

6. Boston, St. Paul: Vacant 
Buffalo 

7. Bethany, Herbert A. Brethauer 

8. Bethlehem, Julius W. Kuck 

9. Calvary, Wm. R. Walch 

10. Christ, Carl G. Vogelmann 

11. Emanuel, John F. Steve 

12. First Hungarian, *Bela Szigethy 

13. Grace (Delavan), Charles O. Bayard 

14. Grace (Parkridge), Paul E. Strauch 

15. Immanuel, Paul G. Frankenfeld 

16. Jerusalem, Harold J. Snitker 

17. Kenilworth. Charles O. Zechiel 
IS. Kenmore, Theodore T. Lehmann 

19. Pilgrim, Roland F. F. Roehner 

20. St. Andrew, Frederick W. Pfitzer 

21. St. James, Norman W. Duzen 


22. St. John, Harold L. Hess 

23. St. John: Vacant 

24. St. Luke, W. Marion Jeschke, Ph.D. 

25. St. Matthew, Herman A. Fenske 

26. St. Paul, Irving C. Tepas 

27. St. Paul and St. Mark, Robert H. 
Keller and Edward H. Spindler 

28. St. Peter United, William H. Temp- 

29. St. Stephen: Vacant 

30. Salem (Sherman St.). Paul C. Jordan 

31. Salem (Riverside), Alan B. Peabody 

32. Trinity, Leon K. Molter 

33. Trinity United, Rodney Heckman 

34. West Side, Hungarian, Andrew 
Babinsky 

35. First Hungarian, N. Tonawanda, An¬ 
drew Babinsky 

36. Zion, Arthur A. Van Camp 

37. Zoar, Gordon L. Tritchler 

38. Cattaraugus, St John, H. Stanley 
Dunn 

39. Dunkirk, St. John. .T. Otto Reller 

40. East Hamburg, Immanuel, A. H. 
Juergens 

41. Ebenezer, Ebenezer: Vacant 

42. Eden, St. John, Warren T. Hilfiker 

43. Elmira, First German, Hilmer Grun- 
wald 

44. Fayette, Christ Federated, *J. Burwell 
Lamb 

45. Gowanda, Trinity, Merl Schiffman 

46. Hamburg, St. James, P. W. Meisen- 
heimer 

47. Hornell, St. Paul, Arthur Sennewald 

48. Lockport, St. Peter, ^Herbert L. Sieg- 
ner, Supply 

49. North Tonawanda, Friedens, Carl E. 
Berges 

50. St. Peter, Charles F. Kriete 

51. Rochester, Christ, Bernard J. Tepas 

52. Dewey Avenue, George F. Roser 

53. Emanuel: Vacant 

54. St. Paul, Alfred G. Schnake 

55. Salem, Paul M. Schroeder, D.D. and 
Kenneth E. Bishop 

56. Trinity, Carl G. Haass 

57. Rome, Trinity, Edward J. Tallis 

58. Shawnee, St. Paul, Evdokimos Sideris 

59. Syracuse, Friedens, Ralph L. Rebman 

60. Tonawanda, Salem, Walter F. Hetzel 

61. St. Peter, H. Frederick Zaugg 

62. Trinity, Sheridan Parkside Com¬ 
munity, H. Frederick Zaugg 

63. Town Line, St. Paul, Max R. Senne¬ 
wald, Supply 

Wayland-Perkinsville: Paul P. Frolme 

64. St. Paul, Way land 

65. St. Peter, Perkinsville 
W’endelville-Millersport: Karl M. Kindt 

66. *St. Paul, R. 1. N. Tonawanda 

67. *St. Stephen, R. 1, E. Amherst 

68. West Seneca, St. Peter, Harold W. 
Thiedt 

Ontario, Canada 

69. Snyder, St. John, J. S. Huebschmann 

Pennsylvania 

70. Erie, St. Paul, Willard A. Ivratz, D.D. 
Erie-Fairview: A. F. Abele 

71. First, Erie 

72. St. James, Fairview 

73. Warren, Emanuel, John A. Borger 

Ministers without Charge 
W. F. Adams, M.D. (I), F. William Bauer 
(E), H. A. Dies (E), F. W. Duhl, George 
W. Hartman (E), Wm. C. Lehman, Ph.D. 
(I), Henry J. Leemhuis (E), Emil W. Menzel 
(M), John W. Schauer, Jr. (Ch). H. F. W. 
Schultz (E), Max R. Sennewald (D). Edwin 
E. Staudt, John P. Thomas (G), Theo. L. 
Trost (G), Oscar E. Wittlinger (E), Carl 
J. Zimmerman (D), Albin R. Zink (E). 

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Review of the 1950 Statistics 


T HE statistical record for the year 1950 has been written. A study of the 
summary shown on pages 147, 148 and 149 reveals gains and losses, lights 
and shadows. There is much to encourage us hut also much that should 
give us pause. 

A net gain of 9,580 members as compared with 7,726 in 1949 brought our 
total communicant membership to 735,941 as of December 31, 1950. The acces¬ 
sions for the year were: by confirmation 20,880 vs. 21,317 in 1949; by transfer 
13, 453 vs. 13,196; by renewal 13,744 vs. 13,697. Total accessions, 48,077 vs. 
48,210 in 1949. The losses for the year were: by death 11,645 vs. 11,677 in 1949; 
by transfer 11,957 vs. 11,491; by erasure 14,408 vs. 16,735. Total losses, 38,010 
vs. 39,903 in 1949. The plus of 10,067 in total accessions over total losses com¬ 
pares favorably with the totals of 8,307 in 1949 and 5,364 in 1948. This is en¬ 
couraging. Likewise, a decrease of 1,327 in the total number of erasures (for 
the second successive year) is as it should be. 

Only two Synods, viz., Pittsburgh and Magyar, reported a net loss in mem¬ 
bership. In 1949 there were eight. The five Synods leading in total accessions 
were in the order named, Missouri Valley, 'South Indiana, Southwest Ohio, 
Northeast Ohio and North Illinois. 

The communicant membership was 735,941 as compared with 726,361 in 
1949. However, viewed in the light of our opportunities and all that has been 
done through the United Evangelistic Advance it passes comprehension that in 
1950 there were 280 congregations that did not report a single accession in any 
of the three categories, and 1,188 that had no net gain in membership! All this in 
a year that recorded a Sunday Church School enrollment of 468,149—an increase of 
12,269 over 1949—and an average attendance of 281,510—an increase of 7,035. 
These Church School figures represent the totals gathered from the congrega¬ 
tional statistical reports. It is a conservative statement that at least 300 of 
these reports cannot be relied upon for the accuracy of the Church School figures. 

The number of pastors at the end of 1950 was 1,780 and the ministers with¬ 
out charge 714, or a total of 2,494 vs. 2,467 in 1949. Because a number of ordi¬ 
nations of recent seminary graduates were reported to the secretary’s office too 
late to be included in these totals it is safe to say that the number of pastors is 
at least equal to that of the previous year, viz., 1,791. Because of the increased 
enrollments in our three theological seminaries it is safe to believe that the 
number of pastors will show a substantial increase during the next few years. 

What is the record of our contributions to kingdom causes at home and 
abroad for the year? For the third successive year the amount paid on the 
apportionment for benevolences exceeded the $2,000,000 mark, the total being 
$2,080,225. This total is at slight variance with Treasurer Keck’s total, but it 
represents the amounts reported by the congregations, 85 of which submitted 
no report, however. 

The reported total of contributions to the World Service Fund was $534,974, 
which amount was $237,855 less than the total contributed during the calendar 
year 1949. This naturally adversely affected the total for benevolences, which 
fell from $4,053,512 in 1949 to $3,963,241. The total of $1,355,224 given for debt 
reduction and interest exceeded the amount given in 1949 by $230,855. The 
totals of $11,974 given for current expenses and $21,084,451 for total congrega¬ 
tional purposes far exceeded the amounts contributed in 1949 and set all-time 
highs in both areas. (The hope is indulged that much of these increases repre¬ 
sents increased grants made to our deserving pastors.) The fact that the valu¬ 
ation of parsonages mounted to $16,784,845 and that of all other church build¬ 
ings and real estate to $131,081,796 is evidence that the building and expansion 
programs to which hundreds of congregations had been directing their efforts 
for some time was continued unabated during 1950. This also accounts largely 
for the increase in the total debt from $5,296,949 to $6,272,648 in 1950. 

For the information of those who are interested in the per capita giving 
by the Church, using the 1950 membership of 735,941 as the basis, the figures 
show that the per capita giving for benevolences in 1950 was $5.25 and for 
current expenses $28.65, or a total of $33.90. The respective totals for 1949 were 
$5.64, $27.70 and $33.34. 


146 


Analysis of Membership Growth 

For the Year Ending December 31,1950 



ACCESSIONS 


LOSSES 

m 

m 


SYNODS 

a) By 

Confirmation 

b) By Transfer 

c) By Renewal 

of Profession 

a) By Death 

b) By Transfer 

c) By Erasure 

TOTAL 

ACCESSIOIS 

m 

m 

O 

< 

H 

O 

H 

NET GAIN 

OR LOSS 

1. California. 

77 

120 

138 

52 

51 

152 

335 

255 

+80 

2. Central Pennsylvania.. 

400 

335 

169 

232 

299 

191 

904 

722 

+182 

3. Dakota. 

89 

27 

25 

32 

70 

13 

141 

115 

+26 

4. East Pennsylvania... 

663 

397 

412 

311 

392 

441 

1472 

1144 

+328 

5. Iowa. 

511 

390 

175 

298 

295 

242 

1076 

835 

+241 

6. Kansas City. 

355 

340 

91 

229 

227 

163 

786 

619 

+167 

7. Lancaster. 

868 

578 

187 

409 

362 

356 

1633 

1127 

+506 

8. Lehigh. 

841 

477 

366 

467 

433 

432 

1684 

1332 

+352 

9. Magyar. 

263 

67 

277 

271 

115 

488 

607 

874 

-267 

10. Mercersburg. 

675 

496 

218 

358 

371 

215 

1389 

944 

+445 

11. Michigan-Indiana. 

964 

509 

577 

482 

362 

811 

2050 

1655 

+395 

12. Missouri Valley. 

953 

718 

1258 

511 

642 

936 

2929 

2089 

+840 

13. Nebraska. 

277 

137 

136 

138 

158 

116 

550 

412 

+138 

14. New York. 

202 

142 

242 

162 

119 

138 

586 

419 

+ 167 

15. Northeast Ohio. 

842 

. 538 

675 

337 

426 

702 

2055 

1465 

+590 

16. Northern. 

443 

214 

426 

230 

227 

299 

1083 

756 

+327 

17. North Illinois. 

1377 

830 

1053 

835 

727 

1111 

3260 

2673 

+587 

18. Northwest Ohio. 

756 

498 

314 

382 

419 

462 

1568 

1263 

+305 

19. North Wisconsin. 

699 

360 

583 

391 

366 

426 

1642 

1183 

+459 

20. Pacific Northwest. 

63 

41 

60 

24 

19 

43 

164 

86 

+78 

21. Philadelphia. 

664 

603 

416 

422 

537 

609 

1683 

1568 

+115 

22. Pittsburgh. 

785 

456 

375 

420 

587 

804 

1616 

1811 

-195 

23. Potomac. 

679 

436 

298 

466 

356 

338 

1413 

1160 

+253 

24. Reading. 

1007 

597 

502 

614 

638 

500 

2106 

1752 

+354 

25. Rocky Mountain. 

175 

152 

107 

91 

152 

84 

434 

327 

+ 107 

26. Southeast Ohio. 

765 

576 

333 

395 

502 

345 

1674 

1242 

+432 

27. Southern. 

398 

343 

85 

79 

271 

166 

826 

516 

+310 

28. South Illinois. 

770 

438 

531 

492 

396 

493 

1739 

1381 

+358 

29. South Indiana. 

899 

707 

833 

577 

500 

705 

2439 

1782 

+657 

30. Southwest Ohio. 

1004 

611 

976 

573 

503 

870 

2591 

1946 

+645 

31. South Wisconsin. 

627 

349 

594 

359 

426 

570 

1570 

1355 

+215 

32. Susquehanna. 

666 

278 

263 

278 

416 

308 

1207 

1002 

+205 

33. Texas. 

510 

301 

449 

218 

251 

368 

1260 

837 

+423 

34. West New York. 

613 

392 

• 600 

510 

342 

511 

1605 

1363 

+242 

Totals. 

20,880 

13,453 

13,744 

11,645 

11,957 

14,408 

48,077 

38,010 

+ 10,067 


147 


















































Statistics of the Evangelical 
and Reformed Church 

For the Year Ending December 31,1950 


MEMBERSHIP AND GROWTH 


6 

;z; 

SYNODS 

Pastors 

Ministers 

Without Charge 

Charges 

Congregations 

Total 

Accessions 

Total 

Losses 

Communicant 

Membership 

Dec. 31, 1950 

Members Communing 

at least once 

during 1950 

Total Sunday 

Church School 

Enrollment 

Average 

Church School 

Attendance 

Students for 

the Ministry 

l 

California. 

17 

25 

21 

21 

335 

255 

3,130 

2,812 

1,747 

1,026 

1 

2 

Central Pennsylvania . 

36 

11 

40 

100 

904 

722 

14,749 

12,466 

13,556 

8,102 

11 

3 

Dakota. 

14 

3 

29 

60 

141 

115 

3,105 

2,674 

1,503 

1,086 

4 

4 

East Pennsylvania 

37 

6 

41 

74 

1,472 

1,144 

20,066 

17,368 

17,035 

10,132 

16 

5 

Iowa. 

57 

15 

68 

78 

1,076 

835 

18,404 

15,947 

10,665 

6,888 

18 

6 

Kansas City . 

58 

24 

73 

79 

786 

619 

14,610 

12,120 

10,104 

6,528 

24 

7 

Lancaster . 

51 

45 

58 

90 

1,633 

1,127 

27,262 

22,704 

22,222 

13,045 

23 

8 

Lehigh. 

41 

16 

45 

82 

1,684 

1,332 

29,774 

25,496 

21,950 

12,334 

16 

9 

Magyar. 

38 

12 

43 

47 

607 

874 

8,273 

7,925 

2,822 

1,772 

9 

10 

Mercersburg. 

47 

19 

55 

104 

1,389 

944 

25,213 

21,905 

26,739 

15,919 

13 

11 

Michigan-Indiana . 

78 

26 

92 

104 

2,050 

1,655 

32,310 

26,531 

16,542 

9,979 

22 

12 

Missouri Valley . 

84 

60 

99 

119 

2,929 

2,089 

35,362 

30,872 

19,042 

12,360 

34 

13 

Nebraska . 

41 

10 

55 

59 

550 

412 

9,710 

8,455 

4,865 

3,055 

11 

14 

New York. 

24 

33 

31 

37 

586 

419 

8,081 

6,820 

3,921 

2,422 

5 

15 

Northeast Ohio . 

54 

18 

56 

61 

2,055 

1,465 

25,773 

20,680 

14,356 

8,202 

21 

16 

Northern . 

56 

6 

66 

82 

1,083 

756 

15,704 

13,478 

6,039 

4,041 

12 

17 

North Illinois . 

120 

53 

128 

134 

3,260 

2,673 

49,696 

41,072 

23,998 

14,778 

38 

18 

Northwest Ohio . 

64 

28 

79 

92 

1,568 

1,263 

27,151 

22,189 

18,773 

10,825 

38 

19 

North Wisconsin . 

52 

27 

60 

81 

1,642 

1,183 

23,802 

20,322 

8,511 

5,352 

29 

20 

Pacific Northwest . 

16 

10 

20 

20 

164 

86 

2,143 

1,636 

1,679 

988 

1 

21 

Philadelphia . 

63 

45 

69 

83 

1,683 

1,568 

25,820 

22,436 

17,915 

10,789 

28 

22 

Pittsburgh. 

73 

24 

97 

150 

1,616 

1,811 

31,184 

25,531 

21,537 

12,159 

23 

23 

Potomac . 

71 

35 

68 

102 

1,413 

1,160 

24,501 

19,701 

18,313 

10,805 

12 

24 

Reading. 

55 

9 

67 

105 

2,106 

1,752 

37,524 

31,556 

25,493 

15,335 

23 

25 

Rocky Mountain . 

18 

12 

23 

23 

434 

327 

4,891 

4,388 

2,262 

1,508 

3 

26 

Southeast Ohio . 

53 

11 

61 

97 

1,674 

1,242 

26,078 

21,192 

20,217 

11,526 

15 

27 

Southern . 

39 

23 

43 

66 

826 

516 

14,488 

10,548 

14,195 

8,909 

23 

28 

South Illinois. 

72 

7 

82 

89 

1,739 

1,381 

25,177 

21,788 

13,707 

8,554 

23 

29 

South Indiana . 

85 

15 

91 

100 

2,439 

1,782 

35,889 

30,059 

25,441 

15,736 

32 

30 

Southwest Ohio . 

75 

19 

87 

107 

2,591 

1,946 

30,854 

26,449 

20,805 

12,614 

18 

31 

South Wisconsin . 

55 

22 

66 

80 

1,570 

1,355 

22,017 

18,421 

9,449 

5,467 

28 

32 

Susquehanna. 

33 

14 

41 

82 

1,207 

1,002 

19,648 

16,512 

12,347 

7,471 

15 

33 

Texas. 

42 

17 

56 

66 

1,260 

837 

16,222 

13,610 

8,158 

4,885 

9 

34 

West New York. 

61 

16 

67 

72 

1,605 

1,363 

27,330 

21,656 

12,241 

6,918 

23 


Totals . 

1,780 

714 

! 

2,077 

2,746 

4S.077 

38,010 

735,941 

I 

617,319 

1 

468,149 

1 

281,510 | 

618 


148 

























































Statistics of the Evangelical 
and Reformed Church 

For the Year Ending December 31,1950 


BENEVOLENCES 

CONGREGATIONAL EXPENSES 

PROPERTY OF CONGREGATION 

6 

53 

Amount of 
Apportionment 

Paid on 

Apportionment 

World Service 

Fund 

Total 

Benevolences 

Debt Paid: 

Principal and 

Interest 

Current 

Expenses 

Total Congregational 
Expenses 

Value of 

Parsonages 

Value of All Other 

Church Buildings 

and Real Estate 

Total Debt 

1 

10,645 

11,124 

2,564 

18,468 

6,709 

86,997 

324,412 

215,400 

1,151,581 

49,628 

2 

45,147 

44,120 

10,496 

70,540 

23,286 

183,187 

285,949 

345,000 

2,686,000 

47,651 

3 

8,538 

7,755 

2,378 

18,197 

402 

37,384 

52,026 

74,420 

202,260 


4 

58,871 

52,406 

11,166 

99,838 

33,734 

270,999 

470,908 

375,700 

3,440,632 

161,749 

5 

63,275 

64,299 

15,680 

111,020 

29,335 

336,557 

463,344 

515,750 

2,771,900 

113,469 

6 

51,282 

49,566 

13,596 

92,684 

60,712 

271,118 

484,951 

432,975 

2,321,050 

36,100 

7 

79,386 

75,787 

22,011 

143,902 

35,184 

352,994 

677,753 

501,890 

4,609,400 

178,350 

8 

76,130 

55,992 

20,464 

119,799 

50,012 

357,889 

546,271 

348,849 

5,559,500 

126,921 

9 

23,315 

9,585 

2,459 

31,960 

54,242 

210,963 

457,526 

425,000 

2,911,250 

343,526 

10 

79,671 

76,920 

19,531 

136,402 

81,080 

365,359 

878,792 

516,625 

6,394,247 

290,150 

11 

112,020 

100,255 

20,501 

182,944 

58,020 

571,241 

878,227 

729,310 

6,071,500 

305,023 

12 

111,485 

103,588 

30,671 

223,564 

75,170 

586,415 

1,276,551 

770,850 

5,950,818 

475,016 

13 

29,551 

26,318 

6,187 

48,097 

10,028 

167,770 

275,848 

306,250 

1,069,442 

57,315 

14 

29,330 

24,458 

5,237 

37,746 

19,564 

204,235 

275,984 

234,172 

1,953,651 

85,028 

15 

94,809 

86,197 

16,501 

173,818 

34,434 

488,503 

727,876 

484,200 

4,797,200 

209,512 

16 

47,753 

42,921 

14,346 

74,384 

21,383 

261,530 

492,700 

456,975 

1,730,800 

110,890 

17 

154,423 

123,939 

41,382 

251,684 

67,064 

976,039 

2,026,652 

1,291,137 

9,203,088 

894,493 

18 

91,855 

88,017 

18,084 

185,773 

34,934 

434,682 

834,548 

602,100 

4,785,700 

114,715 

19 

64,207 

50,924 

15,159 

91,692 

29,729 

301,383 

628,080 

437,000 

2,670,650 

181,750 

20 

6,858 

6,402 

1,636 

13,197 

13,657 

64,870 

140,352 

156,000 

554,250 

66,556 

21 

93,947 

92,533 

17,772 

164,612 

92,371 

477,214 

758,926 

610,500 

6,235,604 

299,949 

22 

102,239 

87,605 

22,940 

157,790 

28,635 

456,846 

650,463 

653,824 

4,913,222 

137,884 

23 

78,137 

64,315 

17,587 

116,837 

54,517 

447,841 

783,702 

790,900 

6,845,577 

312,873 

24 

98,459 

85,672 

15,620 

137,841 

68,517 

410,245 

679,494 

441,700 

7,268,300 

233,251 

25 

10,890 

7,769 

2,754 

13,130 

4,904 

79,451 

150,924 

173,175 

407,500 

38,440 

26 

89,096 

86,485 

23,041 

163,414 

29,880 

374,316 

556,908 

537,890 

3,569,300 

79,588 

27 

45,034 

45,049 

6,887 

89,849 

21,457 

228,924 

457,981 

457,850 

2,884,100 

103,834 

28 

72,306 

66,780 

17,466 

126,160 

83,492 

382,806 

744,181 

590,350 

3,759,609 

113,519 

29 

121,667 

119,054 

33,470 

235,086 

41,662 

648,948 

1,136,021 

739,750 

6,764,172 

308,621 

30 

107,598 

94,118 

24,674 

181,952 

55,827 

625,541 

898,312 

672,650 

6,072,136 

251,546 

31 

65,806 

62,230 

16,680 

114,272 

31,915 

326,306 

530,285 

502,573 

1,248,066 

127,891 

32 

53,227 

46,651 

11,843 

92,387 

40,229 

243,181 

413,984 

394,500 

3,291,000 

87,523 

33 

49,443 

44,455 

18,523 

80,043 

43,620 

251,713 

444,395 

476,580 

2,538,591 

179,484 

34 

90,475 

76,936 

15,668 

164,159 

19,519 

490,748 

680,125 

523,000 

4,449,700 

150,403 


2,316,875 

2,080,225 

534,974 

3,963,241 

1,355,224 

11,974,195 

21,084,451 

16,784,845 

131,081,796 

6,272,648 


149 



























Introduction to the 1950 
Statistical Tables 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1950 


A PERSIAN war-chieftain found it necessary to replenish his battle herd. 
Going out upon the plains he corralled a number of wild horses and began 
to train them so as to fit them for battle. He subjected them to a stern 
discipline, one severe test being to become familiar with his battle-cry. Now 
the day came for the final test. After depriving them of water for a time, on 
the second day he opened the gate of the corral, and all of them rushed pell-mell 
down the hill toward the river’s brink to slake their thirst. Just then he sounded 
his battle cry! Most of them returned to the corral, but some followed their 
own inclination to the end. Those that were alert and returned he made the 
nucleus of his battle herd. 

Without pressing the application in every detail, the roundup of the annual 
statistical reports has some marks of similarity. In spite of all that can be 
done in every conceivable way to secure the annual statistics from every con¬ 
gregation there are always some that do not heed the “battle-cry.” This respon¬ 
sibility rests primarily with the pastors, and rightly so. It is their duty to see 
to it that the congregational records are diligently kept either by themselves or 
by others who are regularly appointed to do so. A sad reflection is that in a 
number of instances pastors are perennial repeaters in failing to submit their 
reports, and this in spite of repeated requests and urgings. In bold contrast is 
the unfailing faithfulness and readiness on the part of 98% of our pastors as 
well as the officials and other leaders in the more than 250 vacant congregations 
who outdo themselves in supplying the official statistics on the blanks furnished 
them. All honor to them, and sincere thanks! 

Of the 2,754 congregations all but 85 submitted reports. There were four¬ 
teen 100% Synods, as compared with sixteen in 1948 and 1949. These attained 
the 100% goal in the following order: Northeast Ohio, Lehigh, Reading, Pacific 
Northwest, Lancaster, Kansas City, Southern, South Indiana, Susquehanna, Cen¬ 
tral Pennsylvania, Magyar, South Illinois, Philadelphia and Potomac. The fol¬ 
lowing Synods came within one report of attaining the 100% goal: California, 
Mercersburg, Southeast Ohio, Southwest Ohio, South Wisconsin and Texas. The 
following lacked two reports: Iowa, New York, North Illinois, Northwest Ohio, 
Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain and West New York. Trailing in the procession 
were Northern, East Pennsylvania, Michigan-Indiana, North Wisconsin, Missouri 
Valley, Nebraska and Dakota with missing reports varying from three to twenty- 
nine. In several Synods conditions were such that the 100% goal was impos¬ 
sible, but in most cases a little additional effort would probably have tipped the 
balance in the right direction. 

After an experience of eight years as statistician, the secretary is strong in 
his conviction that a number of pastors and congregations do not keep records 
as faithfully as they should. The result: honesty dictates that they will not 
report that which they do not have. To give them one must keep them. The 
following suggests itself and may be worth considering by the Synods: it is 
within the province and power of every Synodical Council to make a periodic 
inspection of the records of every congregation in the Synod. If this were car¬ 
ried out cooperatively and sympathetically, not only would the number of non¬ 
reporting congregations be reduced to a minimum, but there would also be 
many good by-products in other areas. 

Advance notice is hereby given that upon urgent request the rubric “Urban 
or Rural,” which had been omitted from the statistical report blank for the past 
two years, will be restored on the blank for 1952. The deadline for submitting 
the reports to the secretary of the Church and the presidents of the Synods will 
again be February 1. 

W. S. Kerschner, Secretary 

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H. J. Damm. 

G. E. Teske. 

K. F. Baur. 

R. C. Kienle. 

E. F. Puhlmann.... 

A. H. Wegener. 

E. F. Abele, Supply. 

W. R. Mehl. 

C. E. Gabler. 

N. C. Schultz. 

M. E. Ernst. 

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R. Richter, Jr. 

F. Stoerker. 

W. C. Bessmer, Jr.. 
E. H. Beissenherz.. 

*W. B. Kilpatrick.. 

A. F. Werner. 

P. P. Krause. 

C. H. Schmidt. 

*J. K. Peaslee. 

LOCATION 

NAME OF CHURCH 

Jamestown-Pleasant Grove. 

St. Paul’s, Jamestown. 

St. Peter’s, Pleasant Grove... 

Jefferson City-Brazito. 

Central, Jefferson City. 

Friedens, Brazito. 

Kansas City, St. Paul’s “E”_ 

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St. Peter’s. 

Levasy, Ebenezer. 

Lexington, Trinity. 

Little Rock, Salem. 

Mayview, Zion. 

Napoleon, St. Paul’s. 

New Franklin, Immanuel. 

Parkville, R.D. 2, St. Matthew’s 
Pilot Grove, St. Paul’s. 

St. Josenh’s. First_ _... 

Trinity. 

Zion. 

Sedalia, Immanuel. 

Wellington, St. Luke’s. 

Oklahoma 

Kingfisher, Federated. 

Loyal, Peace. 

Marshall, St. Paul’s. 

Okeene, St. John’s. 

Oklahoma City, Zion. 

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Salem (Walmer), Union Twp.. 
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S. Balia. 

L. Egry. 

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V. A. Toth. 


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Bridgeport and Vicinity, 

Hungarian. 

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Joliet, Hungarian. 

Indiana 

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First Hung., Indiana Harbor. 

Gary,. First Hungarian. 

Hammond, First Magyar. 

Whiting, First Hungarian. 

Michigan 

Detroit. First Hungarian. 

Flint, Hungarian. 

Kalamazoo, Hungarian. 

New Jersey 

Passaic, Hungarian. 

Perth Amboy, John Calvin. 

Trenton, John Calvin Hung_ 

Woodbridge, Hungarian. 

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Buffalo, First Hungarian. 

Rossville. S. I., Magyar. 


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H.F.Baumgaertel.Jr. 
G. E. Pruessner_ 

G. C. Sennewald... 

C. F. Resting. 

A. G. Frohne. 

E. W. Drews. 

H. W. Kamenz. 

R. B. Shoffner. 

F. H. Engelsdorfer.. 

D. L. Wolfgram _ 

T. C. Wiemer . 

H. H. Schowe . 

Vacant . 

C. H. Schultz . 

A. Wienbrauck . 

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Emmanuel, Royal Oak. 

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Immanuel . 

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Flint, First . 

Fraser, Zion. 

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# Grand Haven, St. Paul’s . 

Grand Rapids, bt. John s. 

Inkster, R.D. 1, St. Paul’s, 

Taylor Center. 

Jackson, St. John’s. 

Lansing, St. Paul’s. 

Manchester, Emanuel. 

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Augusta-Defiance. 

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St. Paul’s, Defiance. 

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Ebenezer, Ryors. 

St. Paul’s, Bay. 

Berger, St. John’s. 

Big Berger, Bethany. 

Billings, St. Peter’s. 

# Bixby, Christ Community.. . 
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St. John’s, Woollam. 

St. Paul's, Cooper Hill. 

Zion, Bland. 

Cape Girardeau, Christ. 

Cappeln-New Melle. 

St. John’s (Cappeln), 

Foristell, R. 2. 

Friedens, New Melle. 

*Catawissa, Catawissa. 

Chamois, St. John’s. 

Chesterfield. St. John’s, 

Bellefontaine. 

Chesterfield (Gumbo), 

St. Thomas. 

Clayton, Samuel. 

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W. E. Troup . 

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G. W. Kutz. 

Vacant. 

J. H. Bunge. 

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Stillwater, St. Peter’s. 

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West Concord, Zwingli. 

North Dakota 

Hankinson, Emmanuel. 

Hebron, St. John's. 

Judson (Rural), Bethel. 

Zion. 

Lidgerwood, St. John’s. 

rsew saiem, reace. 

Taylor, Immanuel. 

South Dakota 

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Zion, Hokah (Minn.). 

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St. Paul’s, Mason. 

Prescott, bt. John s. 

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C. E. Schmidt. 

0 . A. Egger. 

R. E. Bizer. 

G. A. Pahl. 

G. W. Grauer and 

W. E. Maass. 

H. E. Lambrecht. .. 
G. E. Robinson.... 

R. R. Hunger. 

B. G. Ott. 

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R. E. Schwarze_ 

H. 0 . Willman. 

R. K. Wobbe. 

Vacant. 

W. W. Lauer. 

E. J. Hoefer. 

P. Beecken. 

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Nazareth. 

North Shore. 

reace Memorial. 

Ravenswood. 

St. Andrew’s. 

St. James United. 

St. John’s United. 

St. Nicolai. 

St. Paul’s. 

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St. Petri. 

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Salem. 

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Creve Coeur, Bethel. 

Crystal Lake, St. Paul’s. 

Danville, St. John’s. 

Davis, St. Paul’s. 

Deerfield, St. Paul’s. 

Des'Plaines, Christ. 

Dolton, Immanuel. 

Downers Grove, St. Paul’s. 

Elgin, St. Paul’s. 

Elgin, R.D. 1, Immanuel, 

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Elkhart Lake, R.D. 1. 

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St. John’s. Cicero . 

Brillion-Reedsville. 

Friedens, Brillion. 

Friedens. Reedsville. 

Cecil, St. John’s. 

Chilton, Ebenezer. 

Cleveland, R.D. 1, St. Pahl’s, 

Town Mosel. 

Colby-Curtiss. 

First, Colby. 

Peace, Curtiss. 

Elkhart Lake, Community. 

R.R. 1, St. John, Town Herman 
R.D. 3, St. Paul, Town Russell 
R.D. 2, St. Peter, Town Rhine 

Fond du Lac. 

Church of Peace, Fond du Lac 

Bethel, Town Byron. 

Fremont-Dale. 

Hope, Fremont. 

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Green Bay, First. 

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Emmanuel, Oshkosh. 

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Potter, Peace. 

Rice Lake, Zwingli. 

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Latrobe, Christ. 

Manor-Brush Creek. 

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First, Manor. 

McKeesport, First. 

First, Hungarian. 

Meadville, St. Paul’s. 

Meyersdale, Amity. 

Middle Lancaster, St. Peter’s... 

Millvale, First. 

Mount Pleasant. 

First, Mt. Pleasant. 

St. John s, Mt. Pleasant Iwp. 

New Kensington, Trinity. 

Olivet. 

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St. Paul’s, Connoquenessing.. 

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Jerusalem, Kimersburg. 

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Christ, Ruffsdale. 

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St. Petersburg. 

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Eddyville, Eddyville. 

Salem, nr. Yatesboro. 

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Scottdale, Trinity. 

Sharon, St. Paul’s. 

Sharpsburg, St. John’s. 

Sharpville, Grace. 

Shenango. 

Jerusalem, Otter Creek Twp.. 

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